Digital transformation must be based on a clear strategy for change

By David Newell | 17 June 2019

The pressure on healthcare services today has never been greater. Populations around the world are ageing, causing increased costs for treatments and staff. A child born in the UK today has a 50% chance of reaching 100, and by 2032, there will be a 26% increase in people aged over 65.

As governments aim to tackle the huge challenge of meeting the needs of ageing populations, there is a broad recognition that digital technology will be indispensable. 

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