Health organizations are implementing innovative digital health strategies. Whether the focus is cloud, EHRs, machine learning, AI, cybersecurity or other technologies, leading organizations can fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered and the health consumer experience.
Accenture Digital Health Technology Vision 2022
We are on the threshold of a new decade of digital transformation, and at a defining moment for all leaders. Welcome to the “Metaverse Continuum”—a spectrum of digitally enhanced worlds, realities and business models poised to revolutionize life and enterprise in the next decade—and the impact on healthcare begins today.
This year’s Digital Health Technology Vision report is titled: “Meet Me in the Metaverse - How the continuum of technology and experience is reshaping healthcare.” It explores four key trends that reveal how new technology innovations are reshaping healthcare experiences of the future. Every healthcare leader will need to ask: What will be my organization’s role in this new continuum? What is my vision for succeeding in these future worlds while delivering equitable, accessible care to all?
A recognized leader in healthcare payer digital services
For the second time, Accenture has been recognized as a leader in the healthcare payer digital services provider landscape in a recent published report from Everest Group.
The report, entitled Healthcare Payer Digital Services PEAK MatrixR Assessment 2022, recognized Accenture’s commitment to continuously enhance its advisory services. Everest highlighted Accenture’s strategic acquisitions, including OpusLine and Gevity; ongoing investments in training and upskilling existing employees; and its targeted recruitment of subject matter experts focused on analytics, cloud and AI technologies to drive digital transformations.
Listen to a conversation about the new healthcare landscape and impacts on patient care with Dr. Shantanu Nundy, Chief Medical Officer at Accolade, and Accenture Global Digital Health Lead Ted Boyle. Dr. Nundy is a primary care physician, author and technologist former senior health specialist at the World Bank Group in its Health, Nutrition, and Population Global Practice, where he advised developing countries across Africa, Asia, and South America on health system innovation and technology.
Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD
Senior Managing Director – Consulting, Global Health