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Healthcare hits reset

 

Priorities shift as healthcare leaders navigate a changed world

The Future Health Index 2022 is the largest global survey, analyzing the top priorities and concerns of almost 3,000 healthcare leaders in 15 countries

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See how global healthcare leaders are shifting their priorities to meet new realities in medical management.

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Emerging from the pandemic, healthcare leaders identify three key challenges for 2022 and beyond

 

The 2022 report paints a picture of a sector that is radically re-evaluating priorities as it strives to deliver improved patient care.

Staff satisfaction and retention

Tackling the human capital crisis is top of the agenda for healthcare leaders

 

Apart from delivering high quality care and ensuring the financial health of their hospital/healthcare facility, staff satisfaction and retention rank as the highest concern for healthcare leaders, both today and three years from now.

Top priorities for healthcare leaders:

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Barriers to effective data use*

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*Respondents surveyed selected up to three top barriers to effective data use

Healthcare data

Healthcare leaders face persistent challenges unlocking the power of data

 

Many leaders cite concerns around siloed data, limited technology infrastructure, data illiteracy and data security concerns, leading to frustration with the lack of progress embedding data through care pathways.

Barriers to effective data use*

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*Respondents surveyed selected up to three top barriers to effective data use

Predictive analytics

Healthcare leaders recognize the potential of predictive analytics, but there are roadblocks to progress

 

While healthcare leaders have high levels of confidence in predictive analytics, data security is key to further building trust, ultimately increasing use of this technology.

Increased data security would enhance trust in predictive analytics in both clinical and operational settings*

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*Percentage of respondents who cite increased data security/privacy as the top way to increase trust in predictive analytics

Healthcare leaders worldwide are embarking on a reboot as they navigate the demands of a fundamentally changed world.

- Jan Kimpen, Chief Medical Officer at Philips

The report emphasizes three imperatives that are key to resolving these challenges

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Improve staff experience

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Bridge the gap between the promise of predictive analytics and current usage

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Address healthcare data security threats

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The Future Health Index is commissioned by Philips

The Future Health Index 2022 report examines the experiences of almost 3,000 healthcare leaders and their expectations for the future. The research for the Future Health Index 2022 report was conducted in 15 countries (Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, and the United States). The study combines a quantitative survey and qualitative interviews conducted from December 2021 – March 2022.

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