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Healthcare systems seek Rx for ailing data infrastructures


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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a skyrocketing of telehealth services in the U.S. Along with that, the amount of data received and processed by hospitals and healthcare systems has grown exponentially.

All of this is placing pressure on the data infrastructure of many healthcare providers. Hospitals certainly try to stay current with technology in clinical settings. But the industry is not known to be cutting-edge when it comes to technology to support business operations.

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No compatible source was found for this media. “Data has always been a critical part of the health ecosystem. But this unprecedented increase is forcing hospitals and healthcare systems to rapidly implement new ways of capturing and storing data,” explains Kaushik Bhaumik , Ph.D., Ernst & Young LLP and is the EY Americas leader for health technology.

“Migrating to cloud systems, adding more data analysts on staff and ensuring system-wide interoperability are just a few of the ways healthcare systems are working to ensure these touchpoints knit together seamlessly,” Bhaumik explains.EY has worked with a range of healthcare systems on these […]

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