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A Study on the Impact of Digital Transformation of Pharmaceutical Enterprises on Business Performance ——Taking Shanghai Pharmaceutical as an Example

Lingfeng Xiao


With the advent of the Internet wave, all industries are accelerating to digital development. In the field of medicine, the Fifth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of China proposed the goal of building a “Healthy China” by 2035. Implementing smart healthcare
through “digital+health” technology has become the current development goal of medical enterprises in China. This study focuses on Shanghai Pharmaceutical and analyzes the impact of its digital transformation on performance. Research has found that digital transformation has
a significant improvement in its performance level, but its impact on debt paying ability may be negative. It is recommended that enterprises
continue to promote digital transformation and innovation, pay attention to resource integration, achieve cost reduction and efficiency increase, improve management level, and ensure information security.


Digital Transformation, Enterprise Performance, Pharmaceutical Enterprises

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v9i4.13084