These days, it’s rare to find that one piece of technology powerful enough to meet all of a business’ needs in one area or another. In response to this, the idea of a “technology stack” has become more important in recent years. Whether it’s for marketing, sales, or development, a “stack” of technologies that work seamlessly together toward better business results is an important part of the workplace today. Why should you look at your company’s healthcare any differently?

In order to help businesses and organizations step back and understand the often complicated healthcare tech stack from top to bottom, we’ve created a new in-depth E-Guide: Building Your Health Tech Stack: A Blueprint For HR Leaders. This extensive guide is perfect for everyone from HR managers to C-Suite executives in learning and understanding more about the necessary pieces it takes to get a company’s healthcare running smoothly. We introduce the four main building blocks of the healthcare tech stack with deep dives into each section to explain what they are and why they’re critical:

  1. Integration
  2. Storage
  3. Analysis
  4. Usage

Within each one of these sections, important technologies are highlighted and detailed to make sure that there are no surprises when it comes to putting together a stack of technologies. This E-Guide helps to answer questions like:

  • What’s my EMR?
  • Are our data security measures HIPAA compliant?
  • What other tools does my analytics provider work with?
  • How can I turn my wellness vendor’s data into better health outcomes?

At the end of the day, the final question presented above is the most important: how can I turn these healthcare technologies into better health outcomes for my member lives? Every piece of the healthcare tech stack should be held to the standard of this question first and foremost, but there are so many other considerations to take into account on the way.

If you’re ready to better understand how to craft your healthcare tech stack, click here and head over to the download page for your copy.

If you have any other questions about healthcare technology, specifically in the analytics area, contact the Springbuk team. We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have about how data analytics prevents disease with data.