7 in 10 hospital execs want more investment on staff for improved efficiency: Zebra
The report surveyed 500 senior-level hospital leaders.
Zebra Technologies released a report revealing the findings that will help hospitals mobilise urgent care teams, automate workflows, and regain control of supply chains.
The Smarter, More Connected Hospitals global report revealed that 89% of executive decision-makers and 83% of clinicians surveyed agreed real-time intelligence is essential for optimal patient care, and hospitals are increasingly investing in clinical mobility tools, real-time location systems, and intelligent workflow solutions to support smarter and more connected workflows.
However, 67% of hospital executives still don't feel their organisations are investing enough to maximise staff efficiency and more must be done moving forward.
"With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic testing the resiliency of our healthcare systems here in Southeast Asia, there is now an even greater need for healthcare providers to embrace technological innovations to better support the needs of clinicians and patients," said Southeast Asia Sales Vice President Christanto Suryadarma.
Zebra's Smarter, More Connected Hospitals global report used 500 responses from over 500 senior-level hospital leaders within the clinical, IT, and procurement disciplines. The study's goal was to understand the role of technology in acute care hospitals.