THE DIGITAL HEALTH PLATFORM

Gartner Hype Cycle for Healthcare Providers, 2020

Gartner Hype Cycle provides critical input for strategic planning by tracking the maturity levels and adoption rates of provider technologies and approaches. It is an invaluable resource for healthcare provider CIOs to plan their investments to optimise and transform their organisations.

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The digital health platform is an architectural approach that enables a healthcare provider to nimbly adapt their business and operating model in response to external disruption and change in their business strategy. We are proud to be recognised by Gartner as one of the examples of the approach.

Drive new models of care

Proper technology enables healthcare organisations to design their business models and partnership ecosystems, so that they can safely and rapidly evolve services at any moment of need.

Modular, composable and agile

The strongest value of the digital health platform is in its creation of data-driven ecosystems that can adapt without vendor interference or data blocking.

Customised and personalised

New possibilities for non-technical end users enable them to streamline care delivery in a flexible way, prioritise resources, and deliver positive health experiences and outcomes.

Future-proof technology blueprint

Explore technologies that are essential for healthcare and what CIOs need to improve today in order to make their healthcare organisation future-proof.

THE FUTURE IS NOW

How can you create a data-driven digital health ecosystem that will work for you in the long run?

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Ministry for healyh
Region Ostergotland
HiGH me
NHS South London
Medtronic
Republica Slovenia
City of Moscow
Genomics england
NHS Somerset
CGI
IHU strasbourg
ACHealth
NHS Univerity Hospitals
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CHARITE
Eurotransplant
MedicalChain
NHS Wye Valley
PatientSky
Universitat Heidelberg
UKC
Unimed
NHS Dartford and Gravesham
tieto EVRY
DataMed
Zora
Critical
NHS Salford Royal
Institute of Oncology Ljubljana
Bundesministerium fir Bildung
UKM
DKFZ
UMG
Swiss Medical Network
Uniklinikum Wurzburg
Uniklinik Koln
UKSH
MHH
FPH
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