Developing Symbiotic Relationships in Healthcare



ResearchScreen Shot 2016-03-24 at 11.15.37 AM conducted by GE Healthcare found the patient experience to be the single most important element in an evolving healthcare organization, and providers that fail to change are destined for extinction. These studies also claim that evolution is coming, in the form of advancements in technology.

At the primordial stage of digital health, organizations are faced with a few options: continue on the path to extinction, be overtaken by an entity who is more advanced, acquire the skills necessary to evolve, or develop symbiotic relationships that foster survival. We suggest the latter, but let’s take a closer look at each of them…

Continue on the path to extinction
This is a reality none of us want to be faced with. Your patients, workforce, and community depend on your organization to thrive physically and economically. The truth of the matter is, evolution is not optional and healthcare providers must evolve. Today, this is the pressure health systems are feeling. It will continue to grow as time goes on, so it’s important to address this situation sooner than later.

Be overtaken by an entity who is more advanced
Fantastic, you’ve managed to find a health system as progressive as you are to join forces and continue your digital health evolution. After years of getting to know a complex EHR system, you learn that the new provider uses a completely different tool. So, not only is your multi-million dollar investment rendered useless, staff have the joy of learning a whole new system and you’re new partnership enters into a rocky start.

Acquire the skills necessary to evolve
How amazing would it be if every healthcare organization had an overabundance of resources to train their staff on the latest digital health strategies, hire the talent to build a secure proprietary engine to process all their data seamlessly, and cultivate the artistry of modern usability into engaging workforce solutions? Practically speaking, most organizations do not have the time, resources, or resolve to do all of this – but by all means, don’t let that stop you.

Develop symbiotic relationships that foster survival
Technology companies have been dealing with data, usability, and mobility for decades. With miVEDiX we’ve taken that know-how to the next level by introducing interoperability, analytics, and workflow management to Healthcare. Instead of scrambling to develop resources, we act as an established resource with the experience to assess your current organization and define an effective strategy for the future. No matter the system you’re working with, our platform can help make it more useful to patients, clinicians, and administrators. Just look at the difference we make at FMC.

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