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The future of cyber in the future of health
The evolving role of cybersecurity in health care
In the future of health, nearly everything will be connected through digital technologies to meet the common goal of improving patient well-being and care. And cyber will be integral to each of these exciting advancements. Explore six key factors driving cyber in the future of health care, the cybersecurity considerations that accompany them, and the steps leaders can take to manage evolving cybersecurity threats.
Where have the many hospital inpatients gone?
Outpatient, home, virtual, and other care settings are becoming more common
Driven by consumer demands, a shift to value-based care, regulations, and advances in technology, the increased utilization of alternative care settings is contributing to the inpatient business model losing its sheen.
Shaping the physician of the future
An evolving care model in the health care ecosystem
The health system is preparing its physicians for a future that will likely look very different from today. Trends such as increasing costs, value-based payment models, and personalized care are all coming together to disrupt the traditional health care ecosystem. Learn how the role of the physician is changing to align with the future of health care.
Electronic health records: Can the pain shift to value for physicians?
Deloitte 2018 Survey of US Physicians
Physicians and electronic health records (EHRs) have a complicated relationship. Here’s how physicians feel about interoperability, clinician workflow, and their overall engagement in the technology based on our 2018 survey.
A life sciences and health care perspective: 2018 Tech Trends
From “doing digital” to “being digital,” that’s where the life sciences and health care industry needs to go. To help your business navigate digital disruption, this series provides a life sciences and health care perspective on Deloitte’s 2018 Tech Trends report. From blockchain to digital reality to the no-collar workforce, explore eight trends that are shaping strategic and operational transformations and redefining life sciences and health care.
Technology and the workforce of the future
Rapidly evolving digital technology is driving increased automation, affecting the proximity of where work is performed, and giving rise to new and open talent models. The future of work is poised to bring better, more fulfilling jobs to health care—if provider organizations adapt fast enough.
Six ways technology could help transform the roles of nurses and radiologists in hospitals
Turnover among burned-out hospital-employed physicians might cost US hospitals as much as $1.7 billion a year, according to research. The nursing profession appears no different, with increasing amounts of nurses retiring and a steady decline of new nurses coming out of school. While technology will likely never replace radiologists or nurses, it could transform those roles—driving higher employee and patient satisfaction. Here are six ways emerging technologies like machine learning, virtual care, and AI can change the future of work for radiologists and nurses.
Deloitte 2017 survey of US health system CEOs
CEOs at hospitals and health systems are faced with increasing headwinds as they look to move forward in an uncertain environment. So what are the key issues and trends CEOs are facing? We interviewed 20 health system CEOs this year to find out. While none of the key themes emerging from our interviews have really changed since we last spoke with health system CEOs in 2015, the urgency certainly has. Instead of thinking about these issues in a futuristic sense, CEOs are ready to address and tackle them now. Explore this series to learn more.
The digital hospital of the future
As the cost of care continues to rise, many hospitals are looking for long-term solutions to minimize inpatient services. Learn how technology and health care delivery will merge to influence the future of hospital design and the patient experience across the globe in this report developed by Deloitte US.
Can emerging technologies improve hospital performance?
Hospitals are anticipating tighter operating margins in 2017 and beyond, due to increasing financial pressure from policy, industry, and market changes. This report discusses innovative technologies and cost-reduction strategies that hospitals can consider to enhance revenue, increase efficiency, and achieve long-term financial stability.