The global pandemic has changed the narrative on how organizations view digital innovation. The healthcare organizations, which were generally seen as laggards in adopting digital technology, are scurrying to accelerate innovation across the enterprise.
Watch Robert Ruocco, Vice president, Bluecross Blueshield Western New York comment on the current scenario and share their thoughts on the future, in this first ever Virtusa Tech Talk.
Importance of technology transformation Companies are developing innovations that they think is what customers want, instead of focusing on the actual needs of customers.
Personalization as the centerpiece of personal interactions Payers should create a digital front door experience for customers, one that they were used to in the pre-COVID 19 era.
Data interoperability and telehealth Payers should view the HL7 mandate as an opportunity to develop patient-focused products and services.
Companies that invested in telehealth prior to the pandemic are at an advantage, being able to serve their customers remotely.
The significance of cloud and AI Companies are waking up to the the real benefits of cloud beyond TCO – consolidating data from different sources and building solutions at scale. By bringing together smart processes through AI and technology like the cloud, businesses will thrive.
Accelerating digital transformation through uncertainty The global uncertainty has pushed the momentum towards adopting innovative solutions at scale. Robert and Vaibhav share three key lessons for the future:
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