The Healthcare CIOs are already doing a lot to integrate data around the doctors, payers, providers and patients. They’re gearing up to witness the shifts in the cloud landscape, as well.
Blockchain for Security:
There is going to be a much higher need for physical security requirements. Token-based security protocols can help in this area.
Uninterrupted Access to Real-time Data:
Medical professionals, especially, the ones conducting surgeries of managing emergencies would be able to improve patientcare by accessing related data and records in the real-time.
Adoption, Adaptation and Optimization:
From a tech perspective- adoption and adaption will bear much deeper meanings. This will expect healthcare professionals to become a lot more technically literate and efficient to handle digital channels for operational efficiency at institutions. Doctors may have to become more self-sufficient in accessing tools and software, for instance.
Managing Hybrid Clouds:
This could be sharing of cloud between public and private entities. This proliferation could turn out to be daunting if the CIOs do not begin to prepare early.
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