This IDC Health Insights study provides a preview of the market dynamics and trends that will impact the uptake of information technology among healthcare organizations in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa in 2014. Some of the trends identified in this document capture key technologies that have already transformed the healthcare delivery models and will continue to do so beyond 2014. Some trends highlighted in this research are just emerging and will have long-term implications for the deployment of healthcare IT technology in the future. IDC Health Insights will provide updates on the topics included in this study in its standard research throughout 2014.
"Against growing health needs and a harsh workforce deficit, healthcare stakeholders across CEMA will strive to leverage ICT to mitigate healthcare access barriers for their target populations. In the course of 2014, the immediate concerns of healthcare organizations across CEMA will be to bring their IT systems and processes into compliance with evolving ehealth policies and regulations. The growing compliance needs will fuel investments in IT infrastructure modernization projects, enhancement of security systems, and digitization of patient information, and trigger IT initiatives that help increase access for vulnerable population groups and underserved remote communities. With regard to 3rd Platform technologies, enhanced awareness-raising efforts may well prompt healthcare providers to progress from their current state, one of contemplation, and proceed to implementation." — IDC Health Insights Lead Analyst Nino Giguashvili, IDC CEMA
Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa Healthcare Sector Top 1...
February 26, 2014
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