HealthcareToday's healthcare delivery is fragmented, and payment models often incentivize volume rather than outcomes. Sigmen helps organizations modernize foundational IT infrastructure and move to an ecosystem-based operating model that prioritizes collaboration, agility and resilience while delivering the care experiences that consumers demand - anytime, anywhere. Transforming care delivery begins by including the right patients and making sure they have convenient access to care. Once in the care system, it's about doing the right thing and doing things right. Meeting next-generation consumer expectations means delivering whole-person care and creating unified experiences, across physical, digital and stakeholder silos. New provision models ensure value at the heart of care delivery - designed to reduce costs with no sacrifices in outcomes.
Why choose Sigma Healthcare Solutions?
Access to healthcare is one of the most relevant challenges in healthcare with up to 50% of the world's population not having access to essential health services. Three dimensions are at the base of this: Physical and timely availability , financial affordability and acceptability from patients in seeking services.
Two powerful trends will shape the future of healthcare: increasing care demand and growing workforce shortage. By 2030, the worldwide population of people over 65 will double . At the same time as demand continues to grow, hospitals are struggling with understaffing. The most effective strategy to meet this challenge is to increase workforce productivity within the healthcare sector.
Today's healthcare landscape is highly competitive and rapidly changing, and providers are under pressure to deliver high-value care at lower cost. Healthcare providers' costs per patient are continuously increasing, while at the same time revenues are decreasing. The most effective strategy to remain cost effective without compromising quality and patient experience is optimizing clinical operations.
By embracing new technologies you can operate more efficiently, effectively and affordably. And adopting an agile mindset while collaborating with disruptors will fast-track innovation. Upskill your employees and equip them with smarter tools to drive more intelligent, insight-driven health—putting consumers at the heart of progress. We’ll help you modernize, work with ecosystem partners across platforms and deliver more personalized, future-ready care—at the speed of life.
Here are just some of the obstacles we partner with customers to overcome.
Implementing innovative digital health strategies to fundamentally change the consumer experience. We help Health organizations implement innovative digital health strategies. Whether the focus is cloud, EHRs, machine learning, AI, cybersecurity or other technologies, leading organizations can fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered and the health consumer experience.
Preparing health organizations for waves of disruption, today and into tomorrow. Operations transformation can prepare a business or organization to deal with expanding markets, increasing global competition, rising customer expectations, advanced technologies, increasing digitization—every change in the market affects how a company operates and performs, often dramatically. Operations transformation will ensure you're ready to deal with any potential or unforeseen obstacles.
Keeping health consumers at the core with insights, technologies and programs. We combine technology with human ingenuity to help pinpoint people's needs deeply and make the most of technology-based personalization. Our skilled team brings healthcare marketing, customer service, omnichannel patient access and products together with rich data and AI to reimagine the possibilities.
As healthcare organizations begin to apply analytics to care delivery, data has become one of a hospital's most valuable assets - and one of the most challenging to manage. Providers struggle with setting a strategic direction and collecting the right data from fragmented data sources with low interoperability. Analyzing poor-quality data, may result in conclusions that are ineffectual or incorrect. Our effort to create smart data management includes Setting of data strategy, Capture data, Validate data and Connect data.