Coronavirus has shaped the future of innovation in healthcare. No one I have spoken to wants to go back to how we did things before. There will be many elements to maintaining this innovative approach — from people and processes to technology. But there is one foundational piece that I believe will play a crucial role – openEHR.
More and more healthcare systems are turning to openEHR — from individual hospitals to regions to entire countries. Over the next ten years, many more healthcare systems will separate their applications from their data, putting openEHR at the centre of their architecture. Doing so will allow them to establish entire ecosystems of disruptive and innovative services centred around the patient.
Why openEHR is different, how will it accelerate development and digital transformation and how healthcare organisations will need to adapt in order to become better, is all very well explained in the blog by our CTO Alastair Allen.
You can read the whole post here: Why openEHR is Eating Healthcare
Better is a leading technology company that transforms healthcare organisations with Better Platform, their market-leading open data platform, the Better Meds electronic prescribing and medication administration solution, and Better’s low code Studio, which allows applications to be built rapidly at a fraction of the cost. The company’s solutions are putting organisations in control of their data, workflows, and transformation plans, all with the aim of simplifying the work of care teams and improving lives. In the last three decades, Better has provided solutions to more than 150 clients across 16 countries, and Better Platform securely supports over 22 million patients.