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IDC: Transforming Health - Enabling Integrated Care

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This IDC white paper analyzes the future of information sharing in the health sector and investigates how the integrated delivery model is being adopted in Western Europe and in the Middle East and Africa.

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  1. 1. Enabling Integrated Care All stakeholders need to have secure access and manage patient data independently from the organizations and applications that generated them. Ensure integrated and secure access to patient data, even more relevant than data privacy or cost reduction. Cloud adoption is being driven by flexibility and scalability rather than cost reduction. Big Data once driven by high volume, is now being driven by the variety of content and velocity. IT budgets are locked for maintenance and compliance in mature as well as emerging countries, leaving little room for innovation.Challenged by the increase of chronic diseases and aging populations, current hospital-centric systems can no longer sustain effective, affordable care. 2014 IT BUDGET TRENDS CLOUD / BIG DATA 2014 ICT OPERATING BUDGET Increase DecreaseStay the Same UK Ger. France Turkey Saudi Arabia South Africa IDC ESSENTIAL GUIDANCE FORCES OFTRANSFORMATION IDC EMEA Health Insights surveyed 200 respondants from 6 countries in the Western Europe, Middle East & Africa regions. INTEGRATED CARE ECOSYSTEM TRANSFORMING HEALTH EMEA must adapt to a new patient-centric healthcare system. 40% 63%Expenses paid to hospitals Deaths from chronic diseases CHRONIC CONDITIONS QUALITY OF CARE 90% Chronic disease death over age 60 AGING POPULATION 2014 IS BUDGET Maintenance and Regulations Enhance/Upgrade Innovate Western Europe Middle East & Africa 54 39 15 20 12 23 18 19 RegulationsMaintenance 0244 0320 #1 PRIORITY 1 5Importance 4.18 4.39 DOCUMENT LIFECYCLE SOLUTIONS CLOUD COMPUTING SOLUTIONS BIG DATA & ANALYTICS SOLUTION IDC provides recommendations on what hospitals executives should do in the short, medium and long term. DOWNLOAD THE FULL REPORT WWW.EMC.COM/INTEGRATEDCARE
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