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Ziekenhuizen moeten uniek zijn in zorgverlening, niet in IT

Ziekenhuizen moeten uniek zijn in zorgverlening, niet in IT

- Mark den Houdenhoven, CEO Sint Maartenskliniek

Als IT-leverancier kunnen we van alles roepen over moderne zorg. Welke nieuwe technologieën beschikbaar zijn, welke standaard de toekomst heeft en hoe je verschillende systemen met elkaar laat praten. Met die technische kennis komen we een heel eind, maar we kunnen weinig zonder de input van onze eindgebruikers.

Daarom wisselen we van gedachten met Mark den Houdenhoven, CEO van specialistisch ziekenhuis Sint Maartenskliniek. Het gesprek gaat over de nieuwe integratielaag op basis van InterSystems HealthShare, interoperabiliteit en de terughoudendheid van ziekenhuizen om hun IT aan te passen aan andere spelers in het veld.

Mark den Houdenhoven: “Slimme uitwisseling van gegevens maakt ziekenhuizen momenteel uniek, maar zo zou het niet moeten zijn.”

Download de Case Study: Ziekenhuizen moeten uniek zijn in zorgverlening, niet in IT



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