Journey to a new tomorrow

The digital transformation in healthcare is overdue

For all the ways that technology is transforming the way people shop, bank, and travel, it has yet to make major inroads into how they receive healthcare. The adoption of digitally enabled tools for diagnosis, treatment, and management, for example, has been modest. Electronic medical records are still not part of routine care. According to research, adoption ranges from just 3 percent in Europe to 35 percent in the United States.

All healthcare stakeholders have a variety of potential roles in digital transformation

1. Government

  • Accelerate adoption
  • Support infrastructure
  • Define standards
  • Develop smart regulations
  • Encourage education

2. Payer

  • Use advanced analytics and big data
  • Encourage new market service providers
  • Invest in IT

3. Healthcare Provider

  • Design and follow a clear strategy
  • Provide staff education
  • Adopt digital innovations
  • Introduce culture-changing initiatives

4. Solution Provider

  • Partner with other stakeholders and academia
  • Demonstrate potential value
  • Offer flexible solutions
  • Convince for disruptive change

Health disruption is already underway 

The future of health, where well-being will replace treatment and the customer will be at the center of health care, is far away, but the change is already underway

Data Sharing

Transparency in data use and collection increases consumer trust and willingness to share additional information


of consumers are willing today to share their medical information

Interoperable Data

Incoming data from various sources will be standardized, aggregated, stored, and continuously updated

of healthcare organizations posses capabilities for data interoperability with external sources


The more patients have health care access the more they have the possibility to achieve wellness and health 


of consumers are interested in engaging with virtual assistant to identify symptoms

Empowered Consumer

Consumers demand transparency, convenience, access, and patient-centric approaches

of consumers are likely to use a tool that shows how much their health plan will pay before using it

Behavior Change

Diseases of today can often be modified by the behavior. AI, VR, AR, remote care, sensors can empower patients to take control of their well-being holistically


of consumers with chronic conditions want to better understand how to change unhealthy behaviors

Scientific Breakthrough

Stem cells, nanobots, biome sensors will occur at an exponential pace


have used an at-home test to diagnose infections before going to the doctor