Production House –Digital Technology – Service Energy
BG (Ret) Soroy Lardo, MD, Internist, FINASIM, PhD, Infectious Diseases Consultant
Director UPN Veteran Health Research Institute
Has anything changed for referral hospitals in the era of Revolution 4.0? This has become the question of many parties. The hospital’s development has been a lengthy process throughout history. Time and space dimensions play a role in illustrating the interaction between services, diagnostic technology, and accreditation, which is a constant requirement that must be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
The referral hospitals in the Revolution 4.0 era are undergoing a multi-functional, multi-talented, multi-functional, multi-synthetic, and multi-solution transformation. This must meet every service’s needs while also modifying the system to promote a better culture and learning. It is a challenge and pressure for referral hospitals in the Revolution 4.0 era. It depends on how much each hospital leader and element responds critically, reorganizing the entire service net with a value of honesty, truth, and justice.
Health Policy and Industrial Revolution 4.0
In the industrial revolution 4.0 era, health policy is a strategic step that establishes the foundation for the movement of health synergies by digital numeric and categorical data as an output base. The principle is inextricably linked to sustainable development projections that the opportunity for global change to sustain the earth’s life is a circulation that balances production and the needs of the global community, resulting in a higher value for living comfort.
Health is clearly intertwined with production, trade, commerce, and technology. The degree to which the health policy pendulum is polarized will be influenced by these four factors. As an ecosystem that stores myriad innovations in the digital, physical, and biological fields, these conditions will undoubtedly trigger new roles and opportunities for health policy (especially referral hospitals) to face the 4.0 revolution. When the volume of innovation increases, technology takes on greater importance as a commander.
Industrial revolution 4.0 comprises of several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with regards to production, competitiveness, and global competition factors. The evolution of the ecosystem process accelerates the role and challenge of the digital innovation revolution. If the rate of innovation augments, it will introduce new nuances of technological change into the human community’s perspective, allowing it to consider alternative solutions to global problems.
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