Companies in the healthcare sector can use the opportunities of digitalisation to develop new business models and thereby achieve sustained growth.
The healthcare sector is experiencing profound upheaval. An important driver is the e-health strategy of the Swiss government, according to which patient data is to be available electronically in order to deliver improvements in patient care and research. Added to this are the growing demands on doctors, hospitals, intermediaries as well as other service providers accompanied by competitive pressure, demographic change and an increasingly complex market environment.
New opportunities with digitalisation
Digitalisation creates new opportunities here to overcome these challenges. It offers significant potential in diagnostics and treatments through software automation, voice assistants and machine learning and AI, while also facilitating communication between the individual stakeholders in the market; and it offers patients added value with information and analyses via apps and portals. We support you in developing these digital solutions and business models on your path to a smart healthcare company.
Certified medical product as a web solution
Visual diagnostics for mental health: bbv developed an innovative web solution for Klenico that makes mental health complaints visible and supports professionals in diagnosing illnesses precisely and adapting suitable therapies accordingly.Success Story
Hannes Bitto, Head Product Development, Klenico AG
Thanks to bbv, we have been able to sharpen our idea more and more and in a short time develop a certified medical product that is very popular with our customers.
Smart Building Transformation with BIM Insel Group
For a modern medical infrastructure, the construction projects of the Insel Group use a «Data Quality Control Center» with BIM data hub. bbv developed the solution for highest planning reliability and data quality.Success Story
Safe identification of physicians and therapists
HIN is considered the standard for secure communication in healthcare. bbv worked with HIN to develop a new app for secure identification of healthcare professionals and tailored it to specific customer needs.Success Story
Poster on the topic of agile software development
This printable poster in PDF format graphically illustrates the main elements and interdependencies in agile software development and scrum in an appealing way. It shows the release cycle, sprint process, the roles and tasks involved and the information flows between the acting roles.Poster
Poster on agile project management with bbv
This printable poster in PDF format contains the relevant processes, bulleted key points and important interdependencies that are especially relevant in bbv’s view for implementing agile projects. Simply pin on the wall to have all key aspects quickly at a glance always.Poster
From idea to business case. The innovation workshops provide a forum for us to develop business ideas with you relating to technological and methodological trend topics.Innovation Workshops
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