Designing a Digital Maturity Strategy with a Value-Based Mindset
Healthcare is facing rapid shifts as the industry deals with the new reality of a post-pandemic world. Patient and consumer expectations are driving these shifts. For some healthcare organizations, however, trying to figure out where they stand on this proverbial moving floor remains a challenge. Especially as the industry goes digital.
Emids has developed a tool that can help you understand where you are and where you want to be in these changing times. The Emids Digital Maturity Index (DMI) can measure how healthy and agile your organization is in the face of a shifting industry landscape. We’ve created this white paper to help you learn—among other things—the following points:
- Why it’s important for healthcare organizations to recognize they cannot go back to pre-pandemic ways of delivering care, especially now that patient and consumer expectations have changed.
- How the Emids DMI is used to develop a roadmap for your organization—one that will help you succeed in a digital world.
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Healthcare from Everywhere
Delivering context-aware, technology-enabled healthcare in 2021
2020 brought seismic changes that left observers with few words but “unprecedented” to describe the movements that shifted many aspects of everyday life for a majority of the populace. The global pandemic birthed a global demand — an expectation, even — for context-aware, technology-enabled healthcare when and where people need it.
While this was not the year we expected, the disruption provided momentum to forge ahead on necessary initiatives, many of which have been in the pipeline for some time. While innovations were stood up with breath-taking speed, 2021 will be a year of building on, refining and improving the groundwork laid in 2020.
Download the report to explore the insights and trends coming for 2021.
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About the series
As healthcare leaders we are responsible for being at the forefront of change, especially during times of shift and uncertainty. But, how do we overcome our current obstacles while still preparing for what’s ahead?
In the first installment of our Virtual Series, “Reimagining Healthcare,” we heard from forward-thinking executive leaders gearing up for the next innovative phase in the healthcare industry. Moderated by McKinsey, the discussion centered on their framework highlighting five key steps for the industry to reach this “next normal”: Resolve, Resilience, Return, Reimagination and Reform.
In part 1 our new three-part virtual series, “Reimagining Healthcare,” some of healthcare’s most distinguished leaders discussed where we are now, how we got here and what it will take for the industry to move forward.
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Social Determinants of Health
Health and wellbeing cannot solely be addressed within the confines of what happens within the four walls of the doctor’s office. Factors like economic and social conditions – outside of the healthcare system – can have a larger impact on overall health and wellbeing. Neighborhood walkability and poverty level are strongly linked to where you live. Factors like these shape our lives daily, affecting how we experience the world, the choices we make and, ultimately, how healthy we are.
These factors contributing to our health and wellbeing are referred to as Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). They can overwhelm and counteract even the best medical care.
Download this document to learn how you can advance your SDOH strategy to to create solutions in response to current and future health challenges. You’ll learn about:
- Solutions for broader improvement of member health
- How to incorporate SDOH into standard operating practices
- Interventions to amplify efforts towards better overall care
- Successful care strategies
emids COVID-19 Resource Kit
At emids, we understand your priorities during complex times in healthcare because we see it from all sides. We work with providers, payers and health tech firms. We’ve witnessed the convergence of payers and providers firsthand and have a unique perspective of what the future may hold in a post-COVID world.