Clarity on Healthcare

Connected Health

Connected Health

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The healthcare system is undergoing significant transformation. The current circumstances are making changes possible that were hardly imaginable only two years ago. The digitalization is accelerating. The individual areas and players in the healthcare system are becoming increasingly interconnected. The basis for interconnectivity is provided by a range of systems and innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence, process mining or microservices, which we will examine in more detail using practical examples.

Learn more about the current state of digital transformation, the use of artificial intelligence as well as the advancing interconnectedness in the healthcare system in our latest publication:

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Survey on digital transformation: Maybe not as easy after all?

Already in 2019 we asked CEOs of Swiss hospitals and clinics: "How well prepared do you feel for digital transformation?" At that time, the general conditions were completely different from now. For this reason, we conducted the same survey again in 2021 – with an interesting result: Today, hospitals clearly feel less prepared for the digital transformation than they did two years ago.

Interviews on the topics: Coordinated care and Artificial Intelligence

How does Anne Lévy, Director of the Federal Office of Public Health see the Swiss healthcare system performing in the next 10 years? We asked her where she sees the journey heading and what it will take from the different players in the healthcare system. In this context, it was also interesting to hear what inspires Anne Lévy to overcome the many challenges she faces on a daily basis.



Something that particularly motivates me and gives me a positive outlook on the future is the way we all worked together during the crisis.


Anne Lévy
Director of the Federal Office of Public Health FOPH
Interview p. 9


Furthermore, we spoke with Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Szucs about the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Swiss healthcare system, about opportunities and risks as well as possible limits. How far advanced is the use of AI in the Swiss healthcare system at the moment? Thomas Szucs highlights examples and explains how Switzerland can play a significant role in the future regarding research and development as well as in applying AI in the healthcare system.



For me, the limits of artificial intelligence arise from the tensions between ethics, moral standards and integrity – specifically in the healthcare sector.


Prof. Dr. Thomas Szucs
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Helsana
Interview p. 39


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