Digital health platform, Better has been named a Representative Vendor in the Gartner Market Guide for Digital Health Platforms.
The report provides an overview of the digital health platform market and includes information on key vendors and their offerings, as well as market trends and predictions.
The report states:
“Digital health platform technologies and services enable healthcare organisations to be more proactive and agile in sourcing and implementing new business capabilities in support of digital transformation and optimisation”.
With Better’s core mission to improve health and care by simplifying the work of health and care teams and accelerating digital transformation underpinned by data for life, the company believes that its Digital Health Platform provides the right architectural approach to increase the pace of clinical and business transformation.
Tomaž Gornik, CEO and founder of Better, said:
“We are thrilled to be recognised in the digital health industry by being mentioned as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner Market Guide for Digital Health Platforms.
“At Better, we are committed to providing innovative and effective solutions that truly focus on quadruple aim: to help improve the patient outcome and patient experience, decrease the costs of IT systems, and improve the overall well-being of healthcare providers.
“Being mentioned in the Gartner Market Guide is a validation of the hard work and dedication of our team, and we look forward to continuing to push the boundaries in digital healthcare. ”
The report states:
“The Digital Health Platform will emerge as the most cost-effective and technically efficient way to scale new digital capabilities within and across health ecosystems and will, over time, replace the dominant era of the monolithic electronic health record (EHR).”
The Better Digital Health Platform is the only healthcare-specific platform which includes vendor-neutral health data fabric, low-code tools, and a portal with a design system.
The vendor-neutral health data fabric opens up the data while considering security and privacy, giving clinicians access to patient data and making it available when and where they need it.
The healthcare-specific low-code tools accelerate the development process compared to standard development tools.
With the help of a drag-and-drop UI, no coding is needed, allowing clinicians to have the applications made to their wishes.
A clinical portal and a design system ‘truly reflect our mission of simplifying the work of healthcare professionals, and it is a continuous effort by the Better teams to create a unified experience across different products and tools,’ the company said in a press release.
Access the Gartner® Market Guide for Digital Health Platforms HERE.