The world has reached a point where technology is deeply embedded in our lives—and the lines between business and personal are blurred more than ever. Healthcare organisations are increasingly unleashing the power of intelligent technologies, using them to deliver personalized, efficient and informed care.
Future-ready health enterprises are expected to implement more innovative digital strategies. Whether it’s mobile apps, cloud, EHRs or wearables, leading organisations can fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered.
English consumers trust healthcare organisations to protect their digital data—and almost all take action if it is breached. To better understand consumer attitudes toward healthcare data, digital trust, roles and responsibilities, data sharing and breaches, Accenture conducted a survey across seven countries. This report focuses on the results from English consumers around healthcare-specific cybersecurity and digital trust.
On the financial side, health CEOs and CIOs are wrestling with several issues. First, IT budgets (as a proportion of annual budget / turnover) in NHS organisations are lower than almost any other industry – resulting in systematic underinvestment in technology.