The Focus for Healthcare IT Professionals This Year

February 23, 2022 09:35:00

Most healthcare organizations have adapted to various changes since the coronavirus pandemic’s onset. In the last two years, these organizations have reduced a number of requirements and rules in an effort to speed up the changes required to address the pandemic, which is a big opportunity for innovation. Below are leadership strategies and technologies that CIOs can focus on this year to truly transform the IT and healthcare sectors.

Develop accessible platforms

Health systems currently have strong analytics tools that they use to extract data from health records. Finding ways to develop even better platforms that can access more comprehensive data can allow health systems to perform better.

Developing solutions that manage systems, in addition to accessing clinical data, can also generate new and valuable insights for organizations. These platforms can also provide accurate patient-care costs, supply chain optimization, social data and CMS, and in-depth assessments on population health management.

Delegate tasks

In today’s world, a centralized IT department is irrelevant. Employing the use of a decentralized model that delegates daily tasks and decision-making power to different departments will give responsibility and authority to individuals who are better suited to handle said operations.

Organizations should also encourage a citizen developer culture through the adoption of no-code or low-code solutions. Additionally, chief information offers need to learn how to give up control and understand that they can’t control and regulate access, particularly when it comes to data. While this is new and challenging, adapting will allow organizations to work more efficiently in today’s environment.

  • Virtual care

Chief information officers can develop tools to enable the delivery of care at any time, anywhere. They should, for instance, consider establishing new telemedicine solutions that afford care to their patients or consider expanding their already existing telemedicine solutions.

They can also collaborate with and use solutions such Apple Maps and Google Maps, to deliver care at home if clinicians need to visit patients houses.

In addition to this, healthcare organizations can also deploy and/or implement the use of simple-to-use wearables and remote patient monitoring.

  • Remote working

Most work can be done remotely, apart from some tasks in the healthcare sector, such as surgical operations, which must be carried out in a clinical setting.

If an organization’s technology stack is strong enough to be used anywhere, as long as security measures have been implemented, a worker’s house can be made into an extension of the network environment. However, this can only be possible if the solutions can be easily used outside the organization. Additionally, relevant authorities will need to learn skills for managing employees remotely.

Many companies, including Nemaura Medical Inc. (NASDAQ: NMRD) are leading the way by developing technologies and products that are making the healthcare sector more efficient. The medical technology company is focused on creating reasonably priced diagnostic and digital tools for chronic disease management.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to Nemaura Medical Inc. (NASDAQ: NMRD) are available in the company’s newsroom at

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