Digital Transformation in Healthcare in South East Asia
What’s driving Digital Transformation in Healthcare in South East Asia?
Many private hospitals will end the use of paper-based records in favor of fully digital systems within five years, according to the InterSystems survey, ‘Taking the Pulse of Digital Transformation in Healthcare – South East Asia’. While 56% of respondents said they currently use paper-based records, the figure is expected to fall to only 6% of private hospitals in five years.
Drivers for Digital Change Show Commonalities
Healthcare organizations in South East Asia say that over 78% percent are being driven by the urgency to create better internal process efficiencies. As we know, process inefficiencies can have a large negative impact on both patients and clinician engagement. This is closely followed by 75% of organizations feeling the need to innovate. Competition in the healthcare industry in this region is high and the ability to employ technologies at the forefront of healthcare will set an organization apart.
InterSystems new report “Taking the Pulse of Digital Transformation in Healthcare – South East Asia” shows how private healthcare organizations are defining clear goals for the future of care and want to become advocates for new models of care in an era of continuous technological development.