Healthcare’s new world order starts now
As industry giants continue to push forward their pandemic response efforts, a very real risk has arisen: redundancy may be hampering progress. But we need collaboration as a rising tide to lift all boats—especially as the crisis accelerates trends reshaping healthcare as we know it. The gap in real digital transformation between healthcare and other industries is on full display (take clinical research, for example), and clinician burnout is at an all-time high. Telemedicine’s escape velocity is creating new opportunities, while fee-for-service’s dominance may be nearing its end.
Rock Health President Tom Cassels dives into what these trends mean for startups, enterprise, and investors—and why we all must act now to make healthcare healthy again in a post-COVID-19 world. Sign up to receive information about our upcoming webinar on the new world order in healthcare.
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