Kesehatan Digital dan Disrupsi Digital pada Layanan Kesehatan di Rumah Sakit

https://doi.org/10.22146/jkki.63254

Sidhi Laksono(1*)

(1) Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas UHAMKA
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Kesehatan digital mengubah penyediaan layanan kesehatan di seluruh dunia untuk memenuhi tantangan yang terus berkembang akibat bertambahnya populasi yang menua dengan berbagai kondisi kronis. Transformasi digital dan inovasi disruptif menggambarkan reorientasi komprehensif industri termasuk model bisnisnya karena datangnya zaman teknologi digital yang berupa digitalisasi produk, layanan, dan proses. Adapun produk kesehatan digital dapat berupa kesehatan elektronik (eHealth), kesehatan seluler (mHealth), teknologi informasi kesehatan, telekesehatan atau telekonsultasi (telehealth/telemedicine). Semua produk digital tersebut, jika tidak bisa diaplikasikan dalam waktu sekarang dan mendatang akan menyebabkan disrupsi digital dalam layanan kesehatan tradisional di RS. Artikel ini akan membahas secara singkat mengenai kesehatan digital dan disrupsi digital pada layanan kesehatan di RS.


Keywords


disrupsi digital; kesehatan digital; transformasi digital; layanan kesehatan RS



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