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Healthcare Technology Trends for 2016

Thursday 17 December 2015

What are the healthcare technology trends predicted for 2016?

The technological innovations of the last year are having a huge impact on the increasing investment into new technologies within the NHS. As we look back on last year’s developments, we thought it would be fitting to consider the various challenges facing the NHS and what healthcare and technology trends are offering in an effort to provide efficient, practical solutions.

This said, what are the problems that healthcare organisations need to respond to in 2016 in order to create a successful NHS?

Click the image below for a PDF summary of the issues:

2016 Trends in Healthcare and Technology

 

Unsustainable Costs

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Preventable Illness

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Paper-Based Systems

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Misaligned Care

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How will technology respond to these issues in 2016?

Business Intelligence and Analytics software will provide many of the answers to these issues. Technology such as Connexica’s CXAIR offers the following advantages that can tackle the problems that healthcare organisations are set to encounter:

Interoperability is set to prevail throughout healthcare and technology discussions during 2016. Information technology systems and software applications used within different healthcare organisations need to be able to communicate with one another, to share data and utilise the information that has been exchanged.

Connexica are proud to have signed techUK’s Health and Social Care Interoperability Charter this week to address this challenge. We are committed to ensuring information systems are a key enabler of integrated care.

As a signatory, Connexica adhere to making information systems more open and easier to integrate, to enable the free-flow of patient information between products, and hence across the care continuum. In doing so, we are making a significant contribution to delivering the new models of integrated care set out in the Five Year Forward View that will radically transform the way patients are treated. To find out more about the principles in the Charter please visit techUK’s website.

For more information about CXAIR and the ways in which this software can benefit healthcare organisations, please contact a member of our team at info@connexica.com

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