Technology’s place in value-based healthcare: HETTExpo 2012
This article was originally published in Clinica
Smart use of healthcare technology improves care delivery, saves time, increases productivity and can improve staff morale. At some point in the usage cycle, savings will start to be made, although when this happens – and whether it should be the prime reason for the adoption of IT-based healthcare delivery solutions – is open to debate. What is clear is that a modern approach is vital if state-provided healthcare, as we know it, is to remain sustainable in the long term. The private and public sectors both have key roles to play, says Ashley Yeo, at the second annual HETTExpo
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