Technology Strategy Framework
|Dimensions |Internal Technology Sourcing | |Competitive stance |Leader | | |This hospital is the first one to introduce the concept of EMR for the| | |better health management solution as well as introducing medical | | |tourism concept for the foreign patient who seek for treatment at an | | |affordable cost yet effective. | | |The hospital is strengthening its market position by not only focusing| | |on the use of advance clinical technologies, but also trying to make | | |each visit to the hospital in personalized and fulfilling experience | | |for every patient. | |Value chain stance |Broader | | |A single unified patient record enables Bangkok Hospital to deliver a | | |seamless, coordinated and convenient patient experience across all of | | |its facilities. | | | | | |Its new strategy would, in effect, add a new dimension—the leveraging | | |of information—to how it accomplished that goal. | | | | | |other key organizational change was the creation of the Clinical CIO | | |position. | |Resource stance |Deep | | |Hospital CEO Dr. Chatree Duanget is engaged in a lively give-and-take | | |with a group of some 500 employees. | | |The group is a broadly representative mix of doctors, nurses and | | |administrative staff. | |Management stance |Strong Fit | | |Dr. Chatree get regular monthly feedback from his all employees. There| |...
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