Actual case studies, practical steps taken and cost benefits achieved
The effect of today’s unprecedented circumstances upon delivery of healthcare has been and continues to be very significant. The lockdown has shown how systems can be overwhelmed and temporarily coping is not the solution.
This could be a pivotal time for the digitisation of processes and systems in healthcare, putting an emphasis on initiatives that may have been previously deprioritised due to funding or lack of resources. Also, it's time to re-examine traditional approaches to digitisation; off the shelf and build from scratch both are expensive to maintain and may not deliver agile solutions. Is there another better way?
Join us in a fire-side chat with Fiona Caldwell, CIO Estia Health, Charles Papp, Director, KRE8 IT, and Richard Davies, Sr Lead Architect, OutSystems, as we share how healthcare organisations are using low-code to innovate and streamline operations to improve patient and employee care.
What to expect:
What is low-code? What are the cost and business benefits of using low-code
How Estia has digitised its processes using low-code platform to rapidly to respond to the pandemic
What are the type of innovations being done by healthcare organisations in ANZ
Live example of customising a Covid-19 app that was developed and delivered in a week
Familiarize with low-code and walk away knowing:
Digital innovation can be agile as well as cost-effective
Digital innovation does not require a large, skilled team
Creating good customer experience is easy
Richard Davies Senior Lead Solution Architect