June 3, 2021 by Philips Reading time: 2-3 min
June 3, 2021 by Philips
Reading time: 2-3 min
This report from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services explores the role strategic partnerships play in digital transformation—such as integrating artificial intelligence—and why some healthcare executives are not yet prioritizing these alliances. It also provides examples of C-level healthcare leaders at the forefront of strategic partnering and the value their organizations can derive—clinically, operationally and financially. Finally, the paper provides lessons learned that other healthcare leaders can leverage, such as resources and processes needed to establish a successful partnership.
To make digital pathology come true in Rennes University Hospital, we needed an industry strategic partner to bring in the technology from the outside. Now, a growing number of French University Hospitals want to do the same as we have done. It’s a real revolution. The digital pathology has changed all of our practices and processes.”
Director General, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Rennes
As the benefits of early strategic partnerships take hold, healthcare executives interviewed for this paper say there is good reason to expect that collaborations between healthcare providers and commercial enterprises will increase in both number and scope.
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