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Healthcare hits reset

 

Priorities shift as healthcare leaders navigate a changed world

Emerging from the pandemic, healthcare leaders across Australia are embracing technology to extend access to healthcare


The 2022 report paints a picture of a sector that is re-evaluating priorities as it strives to deliver improved patient care.

Healthcare leaders reassess needs

Extending access to healthcare beyond the hospital is a key priority for leaders

 

One in three Australian healthcare leaders state their primary priority is extending healthcare delivery beyond the healthcare facility.

Extending care delivery is expected to remain a top priority in Australia:

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Leaders believe data silos hinder their facility’s ability to utilise data effectively:

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Unlocking the power of data

Overcoming barriers to data progress

 

Three in four Australian healthcare leaders say operational silos hinder their ability to utilise data compared to 51% globally, while 19% experience difficulties in obtaining data.

Leaders believe data silos hinder their facility’s ability to utilise data effectively:

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Predictive analytics

Predictive analytics is set to supercharge care

 

But improving transparency and data security, as well as success stories from other hospitals are critical to building trust in predictive analytics. All three of these factors are significantly higher than the global average, which reflects heightened concerns around issues of transparency and data security.

In clinical applications, Australia leaders are more likely than the global average to want transparency, data security and success stories about predictive analytics:

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As healthcare leaders look to the future and adjust to the impacts of COVID-19 on Australia’s healthcare system, embracing innovative solutions centred on extending access to care is gaining momentum.

- Matt Moran, Managing Director at Philips Australia & New Zealand

The report emphasizes three key areas of focus for healthcare leaders in 2022 and beyond

Expand care beyond the hospital setting
Expand care beyond the hospital setting
Accelerate innovation and partnerships
Accelerate innovation and partnerships
Close the gap on healthcare equality
Embrace the power of prediction

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The Future Health Index 2022 report examines the experiences of almost 3,000 leaders and their expectations for the future. The research for the Future Health Index 2022 report was conducted in 15 countries (Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa and the United States.) The study combines a quantitative survey and qualitative interviews conducted from December 2021 – March 2022.

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