In every line of work, organizational leaders are learning that workplace modernization is a necessity. Why? Because the opportunity cost of not investing in it is just too great. If your people don’t have the latest and best technology, their everyday work processes will be slow and inefficient, and it’s only a matter of time before they become disengaged. Your staff will inevitably suffer as a result.
Perhaps nowhere is that more true than in healthcare. The process of delivering patient care has always been fraught with inefficiencies for both doctors and their patients. The typical visit to a medical facility includes long times spent in waiting rooms, difficulties tracking down the right medical specialists at the right times, and of course, high costs. Individuals on both sides have long had to accept these issues as simply part of the process.