The State of Healthcare Software Development 2021+
Regulatory fluctuations, cost pressures, and heightened consumer demands for transparency, ease-of-access, and personalization expedite the need for re-innovation across the healthcare continuum.
While healthcare organizations continue to grapple with the multi-facet impact of the pandemic, forward-thinking leaders look for ways to recalibrate their strategies and expand IT capabilities with AI, IoMT, big data analytics, and RPA— both across clinical and administrative processes.
Extended healthcare-focused teams act as innovation catalysts, providing rare domain knowledge and expertise to quickly ramp up, optimize TCO, accelerate time-to-market, and reduce financial overhead.
Despite the disruptive changes in healthcare, 2020 remains an opportunity for many organizations. A positive payback occurs for leaders that consider extending their software development resources and reshaping operations to accelerate company-wide value delivery.
From EHRs to AI-empowered health apps and beyond, extended teams help healthcare and life science companies unlock new opportunities for cost optimization and differentiation at times of uncertainty. To learn more, read the SoftServe whitepaper: The Prognosis for Progress: Healthcare Software Development Team Trends. .