By 2024, 50% of healthcare organizations’ attempts to scale value-based care models will fail unless they invest in data-driven governance, operations, and organizational infrastructure in Asia Pacific.
A value-based care model, as against the conventional fee for service model, has payments linked to care quality and compensates providers for their efficiency and effectiveness. It is driven by data as providers must report specific metrics and show efficiency and outcome improvements. To succeed, healthcare providers must adopt EMR solutions, prioritize digital clinical data capture, secure data storage, and leverage data for AI and analytics, besides establishing an organizational data governance structure. TM One enables healthcare providers to transition to a value-based care model by providing smart healthcare infrastructure to capture, store and access data, AI and analytics tools for accurate diagnosis and better efficiency, and cybersecurity solutions for superior data governance and security.
By 2025, 35% more providers in Asia Pacific will have adopted AI-driven solutions and algorithms to support predictive care models.
Increased generation of digital clinical data and consumers’ desire for early detection of diseases is driving healthcare providers to closely partner with technology providers to develop AI-based solutions that increase diagnostic accuracy and enable predictive detection and care. For this they need a scalable, high-performance infrastructure that can support data expansion and flexible data management, while ensuring data security and patient privacy. TM One with a high-performance, scalable, and compliant infrastructure, helps healthcare providers securely store, process, and analyse large volumes of data and leverage the power of AI to extract insights to guide healthcare administrators, practitioners, and public policy makers to achieve economically-sound, patient-centric outcomes.
By 2026, one out of three hospitals in Asia Pacific will be 5G enabled to accelerate innovation in medical imaging, remote care, the internet of medical things, and immersive services.
5G and the Internet of medical things will enable healthcare providers to ensure care and services are available to patients anytime, anywhere, besides helping them re-invent patient care and experience, increase diagnostic accuracy, enable real-time tracking of hospital inventories, and tame costs. The high-speed, low latency 5G services of TM One enable healthcare providers to access real-time information about patients’ vitals, trigger alarm signals in case of emergencies, rapidly transfer high-resolution imaging files, and develop and access a log of patients’ lifestyle, thus heralding an era of high-quality, personalised care.
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