By now it has become clear that technology is more readily available, and is adopted by more and more healthcare providers, as it can benefit everyone involved in the industry, regardless whether you are a healthcare provider or a patient. From basic equipment to billing practices primarily based on technology advances, everyone who has set foot in a hospital or clinic in recent years has seen the changes. Elly Kleinman, Americare Companies founder and chief executive started experimenting with delivering care outside the traditional settings a long time ago, and now he is among the first to reap the benefits for recognizing the potential efficiency and cost savings of keeping patients out of hospital beds.
As it turns out, both patients and caregivers can benefit from technology-enabled care. Hospitals and health care providers who won’t be able to adapt to these newly developed conditions will have to deal with reduction of income because consumers will turn their back to them and reach out to other service providers who can fully meet their health needs. Elly Kleinman, Americare Companies managed to embrace these changes and integrate his company to the market by adjusting their existing technology with new digital technologies. That also means being able to merge the data contained in them in order to provide substantial, effective knowledge to caregivers.
In the new modern era, health care supported by digital technologies will no longer be a nice addition, but rather a fundamental business imperative. In order to succeed, health care providers and administrators need to come up with new strategies that technology will use in order to achieve common interests and get the desired results by building a model of care that will focus on the patients, and not on doctor’s visits. In the end, the winners will be only those companies that can adjust in this new market, and can clearly demonstrate the ways in which technology can add value, align incentives, strategic share and analyze data and at the same time expand and tap the potential of its employees in adopting digital technologies.