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Global lessons in eHealth implementation

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Global lessons in eHealth implementation

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Accelerating innovation: the power of the crowd

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The case for eHealth has never been more compelling yet its performance globally has never been more mixed.

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This research from KPMG, which covers many executives working across many different countries, points to successful examples of both the conceptualization and execution of value adding eHealth initiatives.

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Few would argue over the power technology will have to help solve the many challenges now facing healthcare. Yet, around the world, there has been a largely inconsistent approach to eHealth.

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Many jurisdictions are either developing or implementing large scale change programs, the likes of which have not been seen in healthcare for the last hundred years.

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While some projects have ultimately been successful, more often they have lost momentum after the pilot phase, collapsed under their own complexity, or become irredeemable thanks to spiraling implementation costs.

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Recently both the Netherlands and the UK have scaled back their eHealth initiatives, reflecting the significant challenges faced by some of the larger, government-led programs.

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��Contents:

  • Three concepts for sustainable eHealth
  • Case study: Kaiser Permanente and the Care Connectivity Consortium (CCC)
  • Case study: Denmark: Sundhed.dk 11
  • Case study: UK Department of Health: Whole System Demonstrator (WSD) program
  • Accelerating eHealth implementation: get the basics right
  • Case Study: United Kingdom: National Programme for IT in the National Health Service (NPFIT)
  • Case Study: Australia: National eHealth Transition Authority (NEHTA)
  • Case Study: Singapore: National EHR system 23Harness health professionals
  • Case Study: United States: Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA)
  • Case Study: Manitoba, Canada: Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) 30Conclusion 32
  • The eHealth diagnostic test

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KPMG is a leading provider of professional services in Ireland. We work with clients in all sectors of Irish business, providing a range of Audit, Tax and Advisory services.

Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
Feb 8, 2021
Published:
Apr 2, 2012
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PDF
Type:
Journal Article

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