Health-Tech Strategy at KG Hospital Part B: Tech Strategy Design and Implementation
The objective of this case study (in two parts, A and B) is to provide a systematic methodology for capturing metrics crucial for patient experience and hospital performance, defining a framework to design an enterprise technology strategy map, and examining the readiness, deployment, and sustainability of technology solutions to help achieve superior patient satisfaction. Part B (Tech Strategy Design and Implementation ) of this two-part case study is a follow-up to Part A, and it takes the reader through Avantika Raghu's journey of solving the problems identified in Part A. Part B of the case study describes her efforts to address prioritized metrics by identifying technology solutions (both in-house and external vendors). It follows her as she assesses candidate solutions on a host of parameters: need, desired outcome from the implementation, staff awareness, availability of technology, investment opportunity, ease of implementation, product features, vendor engagement, time to market, end-user experience, and barriers to adoption. The case study closes with an unexpected twist, as her grandfather challenges her robust proposals with a series of pointed questions on how an enterprise technology strategy and an effective change management framework for championing organizational and individual change should be designed.