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The New IT Drives Healthcare Transformation

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Global healthcare policy and operations are migrating from volume-based and hospital-centric to value-based and patient-centric. Mobility, big data analytics, cloud, and social media are critical to this transformation.

Global healthcare policy and operations are migrating from volume-based and hospital-centric to value-based and patient-centric. Mobility, big data analytics, cloud, and social media are critical to this transformation.

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  1. 1. ITDrives T H E NEW Healthcare Transformation Global healthcare policy and operations are migrating from volume-based and hospital-centric to value-based and patient-centric. Mobility, big data analytics, cloud, and social media are critical to this transformation. Mobility and mHealth Individuals and their families expect that personal health information can be uploaded, accessed, and shared quickly, accurately, and privately. TODAY TOMORROW Consumer interest in mobile technology for healthcare purposes is growing rapidly. 48% of consumers say mHealth will improve their quality of care mHealth will be critical to preventive care, empowering individuals to monitor their health. 46% of consumers believe mHealth apps will substantially reduce their healthcare costs Big Data Healthcare organizations are turning to big data for predictive and prescriptive analytics solutions. TODAY TOMORROW Payers manage costs by sifting through mountains of digital data to preempt catastrophic health events. Providers will use genomic profiles to provide individual insights and make precision medicine a reality. Patient monitoring equipment pumps out an average of 1,000 readings per second, or86,400 or604,800 readings in one day, readings in one week and that’s just for one patient! 88% of physicians would like patients to track or monitor their health at home Cloud Healthcare organizations will rely on cloud technology to store, share, and analyze data. TODAY TOMORROW Coordinated patient care is predicated upon shared access to health information. Cloud storage will be a requirement, not an option, due to the enormous volume of available data. 37% of healthcare organizations have developed a written strategic plan for adoption of cloud computing Social Media Individuals are turning to social networks for health information, peer feedback, and treatment options. TODAY TOMORROW Individuals and clinicians learn from the treatment experiences of their peers via social media. 40% 90% of consumers say that information found via social media influences how they think about their health 40% of healthcare organizations plan to move of their enterprise communications to the cloud >75% Medical information will be shared with family members or other caregivers. This shift is already underway. of survey respondents (18–24) trust medical information shared across social media networks VIEW THE FULL REPORT http://www.hp.com/enterprise/healthcare SOURCES • Frost & Sullivan research. • The Economist Intelligence Unit (2012) and PWC: Emerging mHealth: Paths for Growth (2013). • http://www.healthcareitleaders.com/blog/infographic-big-data-in-healthcare/ • http://www.slideshare.net/RockHealth/rock-report-business-models-in-digital-health-by-rockhealth • http://getreferralmd.com/2013/09/healthcare-social-media-statistics/#sthash.jGyNmA1Y.dpuf • http://getreferralmd.com/2013/09/healthcare-social-media-statistics/#sthash.1Pwbo3Ce.dpuf

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