Innovators like Kaiser, Houston Methodist, Community Health Network and Providence are investing in new infrastructure that orchestrates health system capacity and digital demand across all lines of care, and are exploring new models for consumer access, navigation and optimization. View this discussion with changemakers at some of the most innovative health systems.WATCH VIDEO >
For care that is no longer tied to the nearest clinic location, providers have an opportunity to aggregate patient demand for care across geographies, apply intelligence to match supply and demand and optimize access across their networks, and route patients to the right venue of care for their needs and preferences using data.VIEW REPORT >
The next generation healthcare system will need a fundamentally new infrastructure layer that treats the patient as a primary end user, has flexible and scalable data models to address non-traditional patient information, and is inherently wired for connectivity and interoperability between providers, payors, patients, and connected devices.WATCH VIDEO >
VentureSprout recently spoke with DexCare CEO Derek Streat and Sara Vaezy, Chief Digital Strategy and Business Development Officer of Providence about the challenges health care organizations face in digital health, from disruptors in the market to complex market demands that hinder development—and how DexCare is making an opportunity out of those challenges.