Virtual Care Reaching the Vulnerable
Transparency & Trust Underpin Best Evidence
Artificial Intelligence Powers Surveillance
Preparing for a Transformed Workforce
The Key to All Change: Complete Access to Data
From harnessing the power of AI and prioritizing patient engagement, to ensuring the entire care team has access to quality data, these forces for change create a stronger future for patients, clinicians, and the entire health system.
Part 1: Virtual care reaching the vulnerable
Virtual care enables us to rethink care outside the physical experience. Its expansion holds the potential to reach more of the vulnerable people in need and to significantly reduce health inequities. Its success also depends on lessons learned and on scaling in a way that reaches populations through multiple touch points.
Discover how providers are ushering people through care's new front door in part one of our series.
A flood of research and unparalleled urgency have necessitated a best-evidence-of-the-moment approach, one where providers have direct access to emerging information distilled at head-spinning speeds to support clinical decision making. Speed balanced with rigorous expert validation and transparency will provide clinicians with accurate, actionable data.
Learn how best evidence of the moment can equip providers with timely, reliable treatment recommendations in part two of our series.
Part 3: Artificial intelligence powers surveillance at warp speed
As public health focuses on prevention, clinical surveillance powered by AI will become increasingly important. AI-enabled clinical surveillance can help detect patients that are at-risk for a particular disease or predict infection before it progresses. Evolving trust in this technology will require expanded data access, transparency, and collaboration with clinicians.
Explore the predictive power and burgeoning potential of AI-based clinical surveillance in part three of our series.
Part 4: Preparing for a transformed healthcare workforce
The COVID-19 pandemic may have exposed the problems facing frontline healthcare workers, but it also has shown how adaptable, flexible, and resilient they can be. As healthcare’s most valued resource, they must continue to evolve in order to meet today’s challenges, and those yet to come. Leveraging lessons learned during the pandemic will be critical in shaping and preparing future healthcare personnel.
See how reviving the healthcare system starts with reinventing its workforce in part four of our series.
Data is the driving force behind the advancements the system needs, but access to health-related data needs dramatic expansion, and siloed, unstructured, and inconsistent data threaten this goal. It’s time to eliminate the barriers to connect the entire healthcare ecosystem.
Learn how quality data can fuel the future of healthcare in part five of our series.
Planning for the next wave of innovationFive forces are critical for the future—each of them a powerful force for change. Collectively, however, they can ignite a systemwide transformation in healthcare only glimmers of which we have seen until now.
Accelerating adoption of virtual care
Establishing an environment of trust with evidence-based content
Leveraging AI in clinical surveillance
"Engaging virtually implies a different type of relationship, because you’re not just dealing with a health issue, but with a whole person and their quality of life."
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