Digital technologies, applications and networks permeate the health sector. Physicians and professionals need digital skills to be familiar with new technologies and to add value to the clinic/office.
Digitisation is not an end in itself! The focus here is on simplifying customer interests and routine processes. This will lead to the development of new digitised medical procedures (prevention, diagnosis, therapy, medication) and new business models.
Digitalized processes also help to relieve medical personnel of routine tasks. This means creating more time for patients and being able to prevent possible overloads.
IT’s THE PEOPLE – making companies successful!
This also applies to the subject of digitisation. The introduction of digital processes does not fail because of technology, but because of the people who work with it. It is therefore particularly important to develop digital competence among managers and specialists. According to current surveys, less than 30 percent of specialists feel that they are fully informed in advance when it comes to digital innovations in hospitals.
Only when there is an awareness of what digitalization can achieve and what processes are taking place in the background can the opportunities offered by digitalization be exploited to the benefit of the company.
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