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Russia Hospital IT Trends Survey: Drivers, Adoption Trends, and Spending Priorities

LONDON, Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

Russia Hospital IT Trends Survey: Drivers, Adoption Trends, and Spending Priorities

The evolving regulations and policies around the use of information technologies in the healthcare sector of Russia are clearly reflected in the agendas of hospital IT executives. Compliance with various governmental initiatives around ICT in healthcare, including unified medical records, interoperability standards, and data protection regulations, is a powerful driving force for hospital IT initiatives and investment plans.

In this IDC Health Insights Perspective, we present the findings of the IDC Health Insights IT Trends Survey, conducted among acute care hospitals in Russia. The survey covered the key IT priorities, investment trends, and most pressing concerns that hospital IT departments are facing in Russia. Specifically, this study examines:

  • Key IT objectives, investment drivers, and near-term investment priorities
  • Adoption trends and investment plans with regard to core enterprise solutions; namely, enterprise resource management (ERM), customer relationship management (CRM), content management (CM), business intelligence and analytics, and a number of industry-specific IT solutions: patient administration systems (PASs), electronic medical records (EMRs), ebooking, laboratory information systems (LISs), picture archiving and communication systems (PACSs), radiology information systems (RISs), eprescribing, clinical decision support (CDS), and telemedicine solutions
  • Adoption trends and investment plans with regard to Third Platform technologies (cloud computing, mobile technologies, social media, and Big Data analytics)
  • Implementation challenges hospital IT departments face in their ongoing IT projects and new IT initiatives, as well as IT budget expectations for the next year

Table of Contents

In This Perspective

Situation Overview

Healthcare Infrastructure and Workforce

IT Workforce

Key Government Initiatives

IT Investments

Setting Priorities

Compliance: A Double-Edged Sword for Hospital IT

Impact on Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes: A Major Determinant of Investment Decisions

Aligning IT with the Needs of Clinical Departments

Security of Information and Systems at the Top of Hospital IT Executives' Minds

Hospitals Busy Upgrading IT Infrastructure

Financial Constraints Severe, But Still One-Fifth of the IT Budget to Support New IT Initiatives in 2014

Interoperability a Major Pain Point

Enterprise Solution Adoption and Investment Plans

Healthcare-Specific Solution Adoption and Investment Plans

Applications

Telemedicine

No Rush to the Third Platform

Advice for Vendors

Price Important, But Clinical Effectiveness of the Solution a Game-Changer

Compliance and Interoperability

Security

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Definitions

Enterprise Solutions

Healthcare-Specific Solutions

Telemedicine Solutions

Methodology

Table: Russia: Country Profile: Key Demographic, Macroeconomic, and Health Indicators *

Figure: Russia Hospitals: IT Investment Drivers

Figure: Russia Hospitals: IT Management Objectives (Next 12-18 months)

Figure: Russia Hospitals: IT Investment Priorities (Next 12-18 months)

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Adoption Trends for Enterprise Solutions

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Adoption Trends for Healthcare-specific Solutions

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Adoption Trends for Telemedicine Solutions

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Current Use and Near-Term Investment Plans for Applications and Telemedicine solutions

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Adoption Trends for Third-platform Technologies

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Current Use and Near-Term Investment Plans for Third-platform Technologies

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Expectations for IT Budgets (Expected Change from FY2013 to FY2014)

Figure: Russia Hospitals: Barriers to Implementing New IT Solutions and Projects

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Russia Hospital IT Trends Survey: Drivers, Adoption Trends, and Spending Priorities
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