What’s Driving Data-Driven Healthcare?

Posted April 1, 2022 | Industry | Technology | Amplify
Five Arthur D. Little Partners and Principals predict that big data will move the healthcare industry’s digital transformation forward, providing better admission rate estimation, more effective chronic-care treatments, and a reduction in medication-error rates. Their article includes detailed descriptions of eight drivers of data-driven healthcare: technology trends, data quality and availability, data security, an enabling ecosystem, public-private partnerships, patient participation, the need for better change management, and the development of employees with data analysis skills.
About The Author
Mario Nico
Mario Nico is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in Italy, and is responsible for the public administration sector. With more than 23 years in management consulting and a deep knowledge of the public sector, he has led several projects in strategy development, program management, ERP, CRM, price and cost optimization, business process reengineering, reporting and controlling, and IT management. Previously, Mr. Nico worked at Andersen… Read More
Dario Garante
Dario Garante is a Principal at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Italy, and a member of ADL’s Strategy & Organization and Operations & Information Management practices. His main areas of expertise cover strategy definition, organizational design, change management, performance improvement, and transformation programs in several industries. Mr. Garante has managed complex projects in these areas, working mainly for financial institutions… Read More
Katia Valtorta
Katia Valtorta is a Principal at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Italy. She is a member of ADL's Global Energy & Utilities practice and is responsible for the Technology & Innovation Management practice in Italy. Within the energy domain, her professional focus is on gas and power retail and wholesale markets, sustainability, energy efficiency/sourcing for large industrial users, distributed generation, smart grids for the utilities… Read More
Ulrica Sehlstedt
Ulrica Sehlstedt is Managing Partner at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Sweden, and a member of ADL’s Healthcare & Life Sciences practice. Dr. Sehlstedt’s work includes strategy development, opportunity assessment, complex procurement, operational and commercial due diligence, change management, and program management for healthcare suppliers (pharma, medtech, and biotech), providers (public and private), and investors. She is passionate… Read More
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
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