Quick Guide: What IT leaders need to know about building a care-at-home program
When it comes to building care-at-home programs, the experience of IT leaders brings together enterprise-wide system infrastructure with the user experience for both providers and patients. Getting infrastructure, data, and processes right helps drive long-term value and adoption success.
For new programs, IT leaders need to weigh in on a host of decisions about tools and technology, workflows, integrations, and more.
In this guide, you’ll learn about:
- 3 technology and data-focused objectives for care at home: interoperability, usability, and cybersecurity
- Important integrated clinical workflows from intake to discharge
- Considerations for driving adoption through excellent user experiences
- Guidance for top cybersecurity concerns for care at home