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A common refrain in the
business media is that the global COVID-19 pandemic has
highlighted the importance and urgency of digital transformation
across all organizations. This is true, but even before the pandemic
emerged, the healthcare sector was arguably already more aware of this than most.
According to a recent report from McKinley & Co, the Asia-Pacific
healthcare industry has been increasingly under pressure from several fundamental
the need for change, including: a growing elderly population, supply constraints to
the growing financial burden of healthcare and rising consumer expectations.
Those forces are driving the development of customer-centric healthcare ecosystems
revolving around use cases such as broadening access to primary care,
expediting access to acute care, managing and monitoring disease
and improving health and wellness as a preventative measure
to catch potential health problems early before they
escalate into something expensive to treat.