Information communication technology has become the de facto factor in the development of any organization around the world. Companies are becoming digital by ensuring that they adopt IT systems is a critical aspect in the development of the company. The same should be happening in the healthcare sector that has for an extended period remained old age without the necessary changes which have made the industry to stay behind for a more extended period. It is evident that not adopting technology has been a huge mistake that needs to be rectified immediately.
Recent reports indicate that retail outlet giant, Amazon, is looking forward to selling medical equipment in the United States. The reports suggest that the online retailer has already acquired a license in some few states and is already pushing towards increasing its services in different countries. What this means to us is that the large organizations have already realized that there is an opportunity for investment in the medical industry. People have turned away from hospitals and are choosing to purchase drugs through the counter. That’s why the company wants to invest in the industry and get a share of profits.
Drew Madden, one of the managing director at Evergreen Healthcare Partners, is emerging as a critical person that the healthcare industry should be consulting when looking to institute technology in the health industry. Information technology has for an extended period been used in recording, storing, and interpreting the data collected. Although this has been done through a manual process, the traditional method of recording, reviewing, and interpreting data has been tiresome and time-consuming.
Drew Madden has developed data management systems to be used in Evergreen Healthcare Partners to offer high-level treatment to its patients. The expert will be critical in ensuring that the public healthcare sector has the necessary systems for collecting and evaluating data that will provide the health industry works professionally. It is high time policymakers attract experts and technocrats who will ensure that the healthcare sector is managed professionally and that it delivers quality services as people have intended to get. However, moving the healthcare industry from manual to technological spheres cannot happen without consulting the experts.