Over the past decades however healthcare locally, and globally has been in flux. Healthcare’s reinvention is being driven by two main factors: the search for economic sustainability and digital disruption. Health care spending is on an unsustainable trajectory, thanks to demographic shifts and globalisation.
But just as health systems need to meet growing need, while containing costs and limiting environmental impact, digital health has emerged to enable approaches that are dramatically more patient-centric and cost-effective, without expanding footprint.
To understand how digital healthcare can help meet growing need, and streamline care delivery, without adding beds, we take a look at three case study examples – from Metro South Health, eHealth NSW and St. John of God Health Care – who have already embarked on their transformation journey.
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