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Breakthrough Technologies Building Superior Hospital Infrastructure

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Breakthrough Technologies Building Superior Hospital Infrastructure
Published: March 29, 2019 Content info: 39 Pages
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Evaluating the Role of Technologies in Designing and Upgrading Future Hospital Infrastructure

The global healthcare industry is undergoing a transformation from being provider-centric to being more patient-centric by focusing more on the outcomes and value of care delivered. This Research Service (RS) extensively evaluates a business case for technologies that enable better hospital design and strategic business models for healthcare enterprises that are focused on transforming the quality of care delivered to patients. The RS evaluates the demand chain in the process of delivering healthcare, best practice business models, and gaps in improving the quality/delivery and cost of care delivered by organizations. It identifies the technologies that enable better hospital designs that address gaps in existing technology-based business models and evaluate technology-enabled design strategies for hospitals of the future that actively transform care delivery.

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Product Code: D8A0

Table of Contents

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Objectives of Research
  • 1.2. Outcomes of Research
  • 1.3. Research Methodology

2.0 KEY FINDINGS

  • 2.1. Challenges to offer more autonomy to patients
  • 2.2. Lean innovation and diversifying business models are capital intensive
  • 2.3. Technologies deliver higher level of patient centricity

3.0 HOSPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE-INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND TRENDS ASSESSMENT

  • 3.1. Pace of market consolidation is very high worldwide
  • 3.2. Rising demand for interoperable medical records of patients
  • 3.3. Technologies focus on accommodating more patients within short intervals of time
  • 3.4. Hospital readmission and rehospitalization programs impose penalties on care facilities

4.0 HOSPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE-ASSESSMENT OF THE SUPPLY AND DEMAND FOR QUALITY CARE

  • 4.1. More efforts to improve operational efficiency via cost control measures
  • 4.2. Higher adoption of artificial intelligence across various stages of care delivery
  • 4.3. Recent improvements focus on reducing claim complexities and rehospitalizations
  • 4.4. Traditional reimbursement models take months to process claims and revenue realization

5.0 TECHNOLOGY PROFILES

  • 5.1. AI-based Solution for Diagnosing Diabetic Retinopathy
  • 5.2. Compliance Analytics to Detect Inappropriate Activity within Hospitals
  • 5.3. Remote Patient Monitoring for Enhanced Care Delivery
  • 5.4. Automated Documentation of Treatment Data to Reduce Transcription Errors

6.0 DIFFUSION OF INNOVATIONS IN THE GLOBAL HOSPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY

  • 6.1. Hospitals focus on increasing efficiency with deployment of better human capital and resources
  • 6.2. Wearables enables clinicians to track health and wellness in real-time and in a more collaborative manner
  • 6.3. High degree of bottlenecks exist to effective implementation of strategy

7.0 LIST OF KEY PATENTS

  • 7.1. Patentability is high for technologies focused on improving hospital infrastructure
  • 7.2. Use of deep learning systems to automate procedure-determination and decision making
  • 7.3. Deep learning neural records to classify data with expert input serving to be fast-learning model
  • 7.4. Virtual reality enhances the training process with better handling of bio-signal data

8.0 KEY INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS

  • 8.1 List of Key Industry Participants
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