HIMSS 2019 showcased the transformation of healthcare and the rise of the technology giants

by Damon Auer The jury is in. Artificial intelligence and the consumerization of care are here to stay. In the week before the 2019 HIMSS meeting, I wrote a blog predicting what trends and technologies we could expect to see at the big show. The conference itself didn’t disappoint and just about everything I predicted […]

In the tech-dominated future workplace, human skills will be more critical than ever

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Learn how to code. Become versed in data analytics. Think strategically. Be highly adaptable. Commit to ongoing education and retraining for, well, the rest of your work life! These are typical of the advice offered to workers if they want to flourish in an economy increasingly driven and dominated by technological advances. You know, that […]

How the 2019 digital trends impact Asia – Part 2

DXC recently released six digital trends that will drive the market in 2019. In my previous post, I addressed three trends that center around “data gravity.” In this post, I want to tie together the other three trends: Enterprises adopt next generation IoT platforms. Enterprises enter an age of information enlightenment. Enterprises redesign customer experiences […]

The key to optimizing payers’ analytics investments? Data integrity and harmonization

by George Mathew MD, Rikin Patel and Paul Thompson When the McKinsey Global Institute came out with its 2011 report, “Big Data: The next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity,” it predicted that if U.S. healthcare could use big data analytics to drive efficiency it could capture more than  $300 billion per year in new […]

Six ways retailers can push the shopping cart toward a frictionless experience

As consumers, we’ve all experienced the opposite of a frictionless shopping experience:  Long lines at checkout. Customer service representatives who are nowhere to be found. Frustration at not finding what we’re looking for. But what is a frictionless experience, and how can retailers provide it? The definitions and possibilities are many, but essentially, frictionless shopping […]

Gestión del flujo de información: ¿cuál es la mejor?

Controlar el flujo de información, en proyectos, programas y ofertas, es una competencia clave de cualquier responsable de esta tarea. Demasiada información puede provocar perder el control y multiplicar el número de reuniones, con el consiguiente impacto negativo para los plazos de entrega. Pero si es escasa, los miembros del equipo pueden sentirse aislados, las […]

Ask Ally, DXC Technology’s voice-enabled hospital bedside assistant

Voice assistants are coming to the hospital bedside. Voice assistants — made popular by Alexa, Siri, Cortana, Google Home and others — are simple, intuitive, multi-user and best suited where accessibility and availability are essential. Leveraging these advantages, at DXC Labs we have built Ally, DXC Technology’s voice-enabled hospital bedside assistant. Meet Ally The current […]

DXC Bionix – Digital generation services delivery

DXC Bionix

Today’s a big day as we’ve unveiled our first sub-brand at DXC Technology — DXC Bionix™, our new digital generation services delivery model that provides a data-driven approach to intelligent automation. DXC Bionix includes three elements: Analytics and AI Lean methodology Automation Bringing these elements together enables us to achieve greater insight, speed and efficiency across […]

Why patients need healthcare organisations to move to the cloud

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By Ben Bridgewater, MD, and Guy Lucchi It seems these days that you can’t walk through an airport or get through an advertising break on the television without someone extolling the virtues of cloud migration. Cloud technology has been embraced by many organisations in some form or other. Healthcare lags behind. The delivery of health […]

How artificial intelligence and analytics will evolve autonomous driving and next-generation cars

Building autonomous cars takes more data than automotive research engineers ever imagined possible. To put some numbers around the autonomous driving issue, some current estimates predict that it will take around 23 to 25 million kilometers of driving to collect data and train the neural networks that will make autonomous cars feasible. Evolving autonomous driving […]