As digital transformation continues to take hold across a wide range of industries, forcing chief executives to rethink, and in some cases entirely upend, their organization’s traditional business models.
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Inovalon CEO Keith Dunleavy talks with us about the ever- increasing demand for data in healthcare and the challenges he faces in a complex industry.
A digital business transformation is not going to happen without the CEO and senior leadership setting and communicating a vision.
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Most businesses today are still mired in the “silos-and-spaghetti” phase: a patchwork of antiquated systems that don’t work well together, with IT managers trying to respond to current demands.