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The Evolution of Technology in Health and Social Care 2022/23

Discover how digital innovation in the healthcare sector can be leveraged by NHS organisations.

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How can innovative technologies best serve clinicians and their patients? 

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, innovation has taken pride of place in the evolving health and social care sector, but do you know how to fully exploit the potential of technology? Our report measures NHS representatives’ attitude towards the latest technology trends, i.e., personalised care, anomaly detection, and process automation in healthcare, and presents examples of their successful application. 

"At Objectivity, we work hard to not only deliver excellent outcomes for our health and care clients, but we also want to ensure that we understand the issues that they and the wider sector face. As such, we are pleased to have partnered with Health Insight to prepare a survey that shines a light on the evolving role of technology in the industry — including any challenges.

We believe the report will help you understand and reflect on the perspectives of others and build plans to better address the needs of your organisation and the people and patients we serve."

Andrew Smith
Director of Healthcare Services


Download your free copy of the report to learn: 

  • How personalised care can improve the patient experience, 
  • In which areas anomaly detection can benefit your organisation the most, 
  • How to overcome the challenges of rising patient autonomy and leverage its advantages,   
  • How automating healthcare processes can transform patient care, 
  • What use cases have been identified for the emerging technologies in healthcare.

The Evolution of Technology in Health and Social Care 2022/23

What’s inside? 

  1. The survey methodology and results
    For the purposes of this report, we’ve surveyed a broad cross-section of job functions across the NHS. You’ll have the chance to see where their perspectives overlap and differ and how they translate into the health and social care sector’s overall attitude towards emerging technologies. 
  2. Key findings 
    As we examine the views of healthcare professionals, it becomes clear that innovation presents a wealth of opportunities for the industry but also several challenges. Personalisation in health and social care poses a question of the required extent of patient autonomy. It’s also worth raising awareness of healthcare robotic process automation possibilities. Our findings will help you understand and make the most of the latest technology trends. 
  3. Case studies
    To support you in selecting the best use cases for the technologies we discuss, the report presents real-life examples of successfully delivered healthcare technology projects. You’ll see how innovative patient care software transformed maternity services. We’ll also show you how anomaly detection data and healthcare process automation serve science and improve patient care. 

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