A Paradigm Shift in Healthcare, Part II

Posted August 6, 2020 | Industry | Leadership | Technology |
A Paradigm Shift in Healthcare, Part II
A new wave of innovation within healthcare is driving the need for more advanced, robust, and scalable hospital information systems (HIS). Healthcare providers — hospitals, in particular — are starting to reorient their investments in core technologies and how technology vendors are adapting their solutions and services to meet these needs. Here in Part II of this two-part series of Advisors, we look at three challenges of digitalization as well as eight key trends changing the HIS solution space.
About The Author
Vikas Kharbanda
Vikas Kharbanda is Partner with Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Dubai, and leads ADL’s Healthcare & Life Sciences practice in the Middle East. Over the past few years, Mr. Kharbanda has worked with several leading healthcare service providers in the Middle East and Asia on growth and expansion strategies. He works extensively with clients, advising them in their digitalization strategies and leveraging technology to improve both patient… Read More
Samir Imran
Samir Imran is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium and a Principal at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Dubai, where he has been instrumental in building ADL's Middle East Healthcare practice. Mr. Imran has over 15 years’ experience working with clients in healthcare, telecommunications, financial services, and the public sector across a broad range of topics, including strategy development; digital transformation; and the delivery of… Read More
Regien Sumo
Regien Sumo is a Manager at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in the Netherlands, and an adjunct faculty member at New York University. She helps clients in the areas of innovation, corporate strategy, investment strategy, governance, and organizational design and transformations. Dr. Sumo’s experience covers the natural resources/ oil & gas, healthcare, and financial sectors. Prior to ADL, she was a visiting researcher at Eindhoven University… Read More
Nitin Kenkere
Nitin Kenkere is an Engagement Manager at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Dubai, and a member of ADL’s Middle East Healthcare practice. He leads projects in payer and provider segments with a focus on digital health and value-based care solutions. Prior to ADL, Mr. Kenkere held the position of Strategy and New Business Development Lead at Philips, where he defined strategy for cardiology solutions based on clinical and operational needs of… Read More
Louay Saleh
Louay Saleh is a Manager at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Lebanon, and a member of ADL’s Strategy & Organization practice. He helps in clients in the areas of strategy, governance, organizational restructuring, business process re-engineering, and transformation. Saleh’s experience covers healthcare, utilities, and public sector. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the American University of Beirut. He can be… Read More
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