Gabriel Perna | February 26, 2020
A new survey from the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) reveals that health systems are not getting a lot of bang for their buck when it comes to digital health tools for patients. The majority of respondents to the CCM survey, which included health systems, standalone hospitals and academic medical centers, said while they have at least one digital tool available to patients, 68% say they are not on par with the best digital consumer experience available.
Above are a few of the numbers that encapsulate this problem.
The full report from CCM can be found here.
Coming soon: Health Evolution will be looking at how health care organizations, such as UPMC (which operates CCM with GE Healthcare and Nokia), are leaning into innovation through in-house innovation funds, labs and accelerators.