Less clinical, more personal: Putting the consumer at the center of healthcare

By Damon Auer There’s a troubling dichotomy at play across healthcare because what should be a highly personal service — caring for each healthcare consumer — is deeply impersonal. The problem begins with the dehumanizing institutional language that we’ve created around doctors, facilities and machines. It’s become this way to ensure that the delivered care […]

Don’t let big data become a big disaster in your healthcare organization


This blog was originally published by Tribridge. Since then, Tribridge has become the DXC Eclipse practice within DXC Technology. Big data is a big problem in the healthcare industry. With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the ongoing shift away from fee-for-service payment systems and toward value-based care, healthcare organizations are becoming much […]