Digital Transformation

Dossier électronique du patient: lancement de Santé 4.0

Beaucoup d’hôpitaux suisses réalisent un rendement insuffisant. Leur marge EBITA est actuellement inférieure à 10%. Et à partir du mois d’avril, ils feront face à un nouveau défi: l’introduction du dossier électronique du patient. Celui-ci pourrait toutefois servir de catalyseur pour le système de suisse.

Elektronisches Patientendossier: Start ins Gesundheitswesen 4.0

Viele Schweizer Spitäler leiden unter ungenügenden Erträgen. Ihre aktuelle EBITA-Marge liegt unter 10 Prozent. Und ab April stehen sie vor einer neuen Herausforderung: Die Einführung des Elektronischen Patientendossiers. Dieses könnte aber zum Katalysator für das Schweizer Gesundheitswesen werden.

Switzerland’s next act: from business hub to world’s digital labor hub

Digital labor is one of the key disrupters impacting global business today. The race is on to find the best location for using digital technology to augment and/or automate the tasks of highly-skilled workers. Already attractive for doing business, Switzerland’s got more than just a head’s start.

How Swiss private banks can reignite growth

Swiss private banks have been on the defensive for a decade. We think the time has come to go on offense through commercially-driven transformation. By focusing on their strengths, and partnering for their non-core activities, Swiss private banks have a real opportunity to maximize value and grow again.

Shaping Switzerland’s Digital Future – Seven visionary business opportunities

In order to survive digital transformation and successfully secure its competitive edge in the long term, the Swiss economy will have to win out over a range of disruptive forces. In its whitepaper “Shaping Switzerland’s digital future”, KPMG outlines 7 areas of innovation and opportunity for Switzerland.

Brexit and other impacts on the European Transaction Market

Investment in the European real estate market dropped significantly in Q2 2016 compared to the same quarter last year, falling by 26 percent. EUR 107.5 billion was invested in H1 2016, down by 30 percent compared to the same period in 2015.