Medical executives: Telemedicine with the greatest future potential
Innovation and technology are among the markets of hope in the health economy, as a recent study underlines.
Under the aegis of the Weitmoser Circle, of which ERS is a member, the first results of a study conducted by Deloitte among medical executives show that telemedicine is considered to be of particularly high importance in future cost optimisation and benefit enhancement in medical organisations. The first study results were presented on 17 November 2017 during the annual meeting of the Weitmoser Circle. The research was conducted to identify processes and levers for increasing efficiency in health economics among medical managers of hospitals.
The study also shows that the user-friendliness of IT applications is the lever with the greatest estimated effectiveness for increasing efficiency in the hospital sector.
For us at ERS, the study results mean,
1) we are on the right track to sustainably improve the medical landscape with our services
2) that our IT solutions are already very user-friendly. Our independently developed IT tool XTIS enables us to transfer our findings fully EDPG/eGA/ELGA-compliant into the RIS/KIS systems of our customers.