Essential guidance for CIOs developing the IT strategy for next-generation care
In Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Clinical Communication and Collaboration, analyst Barry Runyon looks at the value and market direction of clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) systems.
The guide’s strategic planning assumption: By 2023, the patient-centric secure messaging capabilities of CC&C systems will have largely replaced stand-alone secure texting among care team members.
We believe the guide paints a robust picture of CC&C system capabilities as it makes key recommendations for CIOs developing IT strategy for next-gen care delivery.
We see the future of caring as unified – where a CC&C solution brings together caregivers and patients, caregivers and information, caregivers with each other. It should support the needs of today and grow with an organisation’s vision for the future.
We invite you to consider a few ways our clinical communication platform rises to the guidance:
- We begin with the patient at the center and design workflows to orient care teams around the patient.
- Our technology has the intelligence to deliver the right content to the right caregiver, at the right time – providing real-time situational awareness.
- Our solutions can grow and integrate throughout your organisation over time as you expand, construct new facilities, and evolve clinical practice guidelines; our platform is interoperable with more than 140 clinical and operational systems.
- Our defense-grade security is unsurpassed in the industry. It includes credentials from the U.S. Army, Department of Defense, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
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Market Guide for Clinical Communication and Collaboration, Barry Runyon, 12 July 2018