Gartner Research

2015 Top Action for Healthcare Payer CIOs: Bridge Technology and People With a Digital Ethics Framework

Published: 26 February 2015

ID: G00273644

Analyst(s): Robert H. Booz

Summary

Healthcare is rapidly becoming a digital business as more complex technology interactions evolve. CIOs must establish the capability for inclusion of digital ethics in technology decisions to ensure there is an appropriate intersection between machinism and humanism in digital business.

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • Recommendations
    • Inject digital ethics into IT decision-making processes.
    • Identify the most vulnerable technology-to-human interfaces with digital ethics implications.
    • Establish a digital ethics litmus test to examine new technologies from a humanist point of view.
  • Conclusion

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