Operations transformation (OT) can prepare your business or organisation to deal with expanding markets, increasing global competition, rising customer expectations, advanced technologies, increasing digitisation—every change in the market affects how a company operates and performs, often dramatically. And these days, it is difficult to respond to one disruption before being thrown off course by the next one. Operations transformation will ensure you're ready to deal with any potential or unforeseen obstacles.
CIO perspectives on digital health
It turns out digital healthcare transformation is a common thread linking the priorities of all UK and Ireland health CIOs. This overall strategy feeds into three key objectives that enhance both business performance and health outcomes. These are reduced costs, increased patient engagement, and improved patient experience.
People expect more transparent, accessible and responsive services from the public sector today. Meeting these expectations can be overwhelming amid complex challenges—from budget pressures to an aging population with complex health needs. Any organisation can make do with incremental change—at least, for a while. But building for the future demands bold moves and tough decisions.