I’m proud to be part of a company that works with leading hospitals including UCSF, Mount Sinai, and many others who are on the forefront of innovation in healthcare. But at its core, while some hospitals have embraced transformation, most remain stuck in the past, and here’s why.
If there is one thing that recent events — and the debate over American healthcare — has taught us, it’s that the healthcare industry has to be ready for a change. At a recent event, Jeff Elton, the managing director of Accenture, pointed out that “People are no longer patients. People are consumers of healthcare. As such, the healthcare ecosystem must evolve to support this shift in consumerism, the increased patient data that is available,
Let’s face it – integration isn’t easy in healthcare. EHRs are notoriously thorny to work with. HIPAA regulations require security and governance controls to be put in place when data moves between systems. And while many technologies underlying digital transformation have enabled hospitals to engage with their patients in innovative ways, these technologies have dramatically increased the number of endpoints to connect to.
Over the years, MuleSoft has built a number of solutions to help hospitals,
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