The pressures facing healthcare delivery organizations are well documented: increased regulatory oversight, financial challenges, heightened competition, a shrinking talent pool, and many more. Also well known is the army of consultants, systems integrators and technology companies promising their solutions will address one or more of these market trends. All too often, implementation fails to deliver the promised results, leaving the healthcare organization with a big bill and little to show for it.
What if there were new solutions, built on the powerful capabilities of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) that provided proven, quantifiable cost savings of 30% or more, and consistent improvements in uptime for some of the most expensive equipment healthcare facilities operate?
Read more on what Puneet Pandit and Frank Beltre have to say here.