Paddy Padmanabhan

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Paddy Padmanabhan is the CEO of Damo Consulting, a management consulting firm focused on healthcare. He works with healthcare enterprises and technology firms on digital health innovation and thought-leadership-led growth strategies.

Paddy has held leadership positions with global consulting firms such as Accenture, and he has worked extensively in healthcare technology operations.

You can follow Paddy on Twitter (@paddypadmanabha) and contact him by email (paddy@damoconsulting.net).

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Paddy Padmanabhan and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

The NHS ransomware event and security challenges for the U.S healthcare system

Is there a misalignment between healthcare enterprises and the tech community?

Is there a misalignment between healthcare enterprises and the tech community?

The flow of healthcare investment dollars towards transformative digital health solutions may be overstated.

How these three alternate payment models are driving healthcare IT

How these three alternate payment models are driving healthcare IT

APM’s are driving population health management and improvement in healthcare outcomes. Their success depends on key technology and data investments.

Social determinants: powering the next big leap for healthcare analytics

Social determinants: powering the next big leap for healthcare analytics

The next step toward reaching the holy grail of personalized care is harnessing social determinant data. Putting it into practice has its unique set of challenges.

How unlikely collaborations are changing the future of healthcare

How unlikely collaborations are changing the future of healthcare

In the healthcare sector’s pursuit of improved medical outcomes at lower costs, the only stakeholder yet to get fully involved is the patient. That’s changing now, and unlikely collaborations are emerging to serve the involved...

Unlocking the value in patient-generated health data

Unlocking the value in patient-generated health data

Harnessing data from a multitude of sources to develop a comprehensive view of patients to drive health outcomes could be coming of age. Here’s how one health system is approaching it.

Healthcare's new challenge: online reputation management

Healthcare's new challenge: online reputation management

Traditional measures of patient experience are inadequate in the emerging digital health marketplace. Providers must harness social media data and manage their online reputations. Here's how one health system did it.

Trump’s executive order on the ACA: early scenarios for healthcare tech firms

Trump’s executive order on the ACA: early scenarios for healthcare tech firms

The executive order signed last week is the first step toward dismantling the ACA. The order has significant implications for technology firms operating in certain markets.

How A.I. and blockchain are driving precision medicine in 2017

How A.I. and blockchain are driving precision medicine in 2017

Recent announcements by the ONC and the FDA for partnership programs on artificial intelligence and blockchain show us how these advanced technologies could transform healthcare, in everything from drug discovery to diagnosis and...

7 (plus 1) predictions for healthcare IT in 2017

7 (plus 1) predictions for healthcare IT in 2017

I review my predictions for 2016, and offer a set of predictions for 2017 (while duly acknowledging that some things are unpredictable).

What a Trump presidency could mean for healthcare IT

What a Trump presidency could mean for healthcare IT

A Trump presidency will almost certainly result in some dramatic policy changes in healthcare. However, these will have a limited impact on IT investments and infrastructure and could boost the flow of dollars to healthcare IT.

How technology and data shape digital marketing in healthcare in an on-demand era

How technology and data shape digital marketing in healthcare in an on-demand era

Aiming to attract and retain increasingly well-informed patients, health systems are using sophisticated data analytics to target people at the 'moment of healthcare need.'

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