As the industry comes off HLTH 2023, healthtech stakeholders talk investment strategies, the future of digital health, and separating real innovation from the hype. Recent data confirms the urgency of access issues, as reports show worsening shortages across the provider spectrum, and innovators consider the opportunities for digital health to address coverage gaps. Plus, CEO Anish Sebastian offers his insight on the potential of data to deliver more personalized care. 

10/19, Second Opinion: Resetting expectations for VC investing in health tech

10/13, Medcity News: 7 Hot Takes I Heard From HLTH

10/12, AHA: The Time is Right to Invest in Women’s Health

10/12, Andreessen Horowitz: Commercializing AI in Healthcare: The Enterprise Buyer Perspective

10/13, Modern Healthcare: Staffing, high costs jeopardize inpatient maternity services

10/13, America's Health Rankings: 2023 Health of Women and Children Report 

10/16, Becker's Healthcare Review: Healthcare workforce lost 145,213 providers from 2021 through 2022

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10/17, MedicalEconomics: Consumers are ready for personalized health care. Data can make it happen.

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