A transition toward digital and personalized care is well underway even as adoption rates vary, according to the 2022 Future of Healthcare Report by HIMSS and its Trust Partners – Accenture, The Chartis Group and ZS Associates.
The research was conducted in November and December 2021, and it includes responses from patients, providers, payers and health system leaders in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.
Participants were asked about the shifts, advancements and priorities shaping care delivery, as well as the trends and challenges that have defined the past 12 months and how they will impact the future.
Nearly all U.S. and international healthcare systems surveyed intend to be in some stage of digital transformation by 2027. But systems that don’t launch or advance quickly enough may find younger patients have moved on to rivals and retailers that were faster to embrace modern care models. View the Future of Healthcare 2022 Infographic and explore the data.
The HIMSS Trust Partnership is a consortium of leaders from across the healthcare and technology space who collect, analyze and report on in-dept, data-drive market intelligence. Insights gathered by the Trust unveil trends and challenges to help the industry prepare for and make predictions for the next three to five years.
HIMSS hosted a live, audience-interactive discussion about the report with the research Trust Partners, moderated by HIMSS Chief Scientific Research Officer Anne Snowdon. The webinar featured The Chartis Group Senior Partner Thomas Kiesau; Accenture Executive and Clinical Innovation Expert Darryl Gibbings-Isaac, MD; and ZS Principal and Leader Shreesh Tiwari.
The consortium of industry leaders shared data-driven market insights from four perspectives: health systems, payers, clinicians, and patients.
Explore all the data and market intelligence brought to life in the full 2022 Future of Healthcare Report — now available as a complimentary download