2023 Most Wired Infrastructure Segment Report
Digital Health Most Wired survey
The annual CHIME Digital Health Most Wired (DHMW) survey is a significant digital health “north star” that healthcare organizations (HCOs) have relied upon for years. Reflecting the digital profiles of approximately 40% of U.S. hospitals, the array of HCOs included in the 2023 DHMW survey is representative of the known US Health System landscape.
Acceleration of data usage
In a digital health world shaped by Meaningful Use, HCOs have largely moved on from focusing on their data capture and storage capabilities to improving outcomes. In this environment, leveraging data emerges as a critical activity in the realization of improved operational and clinical outcomes.
This theme of “acceleration of data usage” was evident in all eight sections of the survey including the Infrastructure segment.
Infrastructure is the foundation of digital health. It brings together connectivity, interoperability and security to help ensure the delivery of a seamless digital experience for healthcare organizations (HCOs) and their patients. In the context of accelerating data usage, IT Infrastructure plays a critical role in facilitating an HCO’s ability to digest data.
Infrastructure Segment trends report
Using the 2023 DHMW survey as a starting point, we profiled survey findings around infrastructure support, governance, monitoring practices and performance. Featuring expert insights from Spectrum Enterprise, this Infrastructure Segment Trends Report is designed to provide context and clarity around the many complex issues HCO leaders must navigate to ensure their organizations operate reliable and resilient modern infrastructures.
Register and download the report today to learn more about:
- Modernizing infrastructure to meet evolving healthcare demands and maintain a competitive edge.
- The increased variety of devices and apps in new care models needing to work together with EHRs and other aspects of the digital enterprise.
- Cybersecurity as a top priority for the increased connectivity, users, and devices, especially in a hybrid or multicloud model.
- The growing role of managed services in monitoring and managing more sophisticated network infrastructures in an environment where HCO staffs are stretched thin.
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