Improving Performance in European Healthcare

Improving Performance in European Healthcare
In these times of economic challenges, Governments as well as citizens focus on the things which matter. Those things that make a real and long-lasting difference, both for now and into the future. In healthcare, CSC is focused on making just that sort of difference across the world - for patients, for citizens, and for Governments, all of whom want to see the best return on their investments. Our mission: Healthcare for millions. Powered by technology.

Our experience shows, that to achieve the large scale improvements demanded by patients and governments alike, requires inter-operable, standard-based information systems, and optimized management processes. But more than that, it requires healthcare systems to be connected if we are to really deliver better health outcomes.

In this booklet, you’ll find stories that show how CSC has helped to improve performance in the Healthcare industry all over Europe. And where CSC enables healthcare for millions - powered by technology, by connecting for better healthcare.

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