Global Institute for Emerging Healthcare Practices
The Global Institute for Emerging Healthcare Practices is the applied research arm of CSC's Healthcare Group. The mission of the Institute is to track worldwide trends, conduct multi-country studies and evaluate emerging operational practices and technologies that have the potential to improve performance of health industries around the world. By merging trends and experience across geographies, we help healthcare providers learn about and capitalize on best practices no matter where they are developed.
A Roadmap for the Avalanche of Deadlines
CSC granted exclusive publication rights to Healthcare Informatics to include the timelines in an article, "An Avalanche of Deadlines and Timelines in Healthcare," which appeared in the May 2012 issue of the magazine.
New White Paper: "Should Healthcare Organizations Use Social Media," provides best practices gleaned from early social media adopters and concludes with recommendations on how to develop your own social media strategy. To receive e-mail notifications of future Global Institute reports, register here.
|Telemedicine: An Essential Technology for Reformed Healthcare
Health reform is creating the alignment of care practices with incentives, and breaking down traditional barriers to position telemedicine as an enabler for addressing current healthcare challenges.
|Large-Scale e-Health Initiatives
These initiatives are needed to support healthcare reform programs to lower costs and improve care and access.
|Real-World Data Research
This paper provides a summary of survey findings and outlines five recommendations to maximize benefits of real-world data research.
|The Future of Healthcare: It's Health, Then Care
Global Institute takes a holistic view of healthcare, putting the patient at the center, and identifies five trends that will re-shape the industry.
|The Rising Tide of Expectations
A comprehensive research study showing Australian consumers' views on electronic health records.
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