In healthcare, intelligent networks have the power to revolutionize management, operations and patient care.
Our research shows that IT leaders must evaluate their network upgrade strategies in five key areas to unleash the full potential of their digital transformation.
Healthcare is fully aware that data – and the network required to manage and utilize it – is essential to future success.
healthcare IT leaders have already
initiated a massive push into IoT
investment levels will be
over the next 3 years
of healthcare organizations (55%) will be
prioritizing investment in this technology
will be a part of nearly
healthcare networks by 2021
IT leaders must continue to prioritize investment in technologies that will enable the successful use of data.
Healthcare IT executives face technology and network issues that could prevent the industry from moving forward.
expect open architectures to
be a priority for investment.
This level of investment is concerning because:
IT leaders say external APIs
are a major focus of their
of IT leaders expect microservices to
be part of their network in three years
healthcare IT leaders are expecting no changes to their
computing power needs over the next 3 years.
Healthcare IT leaders must recognize that networks must be upgraded to handle high-speed computing in the cloud.
IT leaders must address low
investment levels in SD-WAN to
drive healthcare’s ambitious plans
for leveraging edge computing,
analytics, and emerging technologies.
If deployed, SD-WAN can deliver transformational benefits.
The top 3 benefits cited by healthcare IT leaders are:
Scalability of technology
Business and IT leaders should forge closer relationships to overcome transformation disparities.
healthcare CEOs are
involved or closely
involved in the network
IT leaders say conflicting priorities
between themselves and business
leaders are stalling transformation
Our latest report helps healthcare IT leaders design
a proactive strategy for network migration
Read it here: Network virtualization: The future of healthcare IT
Source: An AT&T global survey of 1,581 senior IT roles (C-Suite and direct reports) included
293 executives from the healthcare industry. Research was conducted in August 2018.
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