We believe the areas that will require the most adaptation are in value-based care payment models, digitally integrated and tailored care delivery and automation.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has upended the world as we know it, taking an unprecedented toll on health and human life. The healthcare ecosystem has quickly mobilised to mitigate the crisis – modifying care access points and modalities while producing financing mechanisms to sustain patient care amidst dire circumstances.
As the scale of the pandemic grows and downstream impacts persist, healthcare organisations are recognising they must shift from a reactive stance to a more proactive “new normal.” Operating in this environment will require new capabilities, forcing many organisations to look externally for innovative solutions to guide this transformation.
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The efficient use of energy is becoming crucial for most organisations not only to reduce wastage and consumption but more importantly, to save costs and improve competitiveness. Besides helping the environment, energy efficiency is also vital to most industries because the rising costs of electricity is cutting into their margins resulting in lower earnings.