Industry stakeholders consider the future of traditional healthcare as health systems undergo reorganization. Digital health is a C-suite priority, as patients increasingly look to healthcare for consumer experiences and emerging data shows that digital tools can provide an equal level of treatment to in-person care in many instances. Plus, CEO Anish Sebastian shares his predictions for the direction of the industry in the upcoming year. 

11/10, HIT Consultant: 17 HLTH 2022 Predictions from Digital Health Executives to Watch

11/08, HIMSS: Fast-tracking digital transformation: 4 steps that can help healthcare organizations evolve

11/01, mHealth Intelligence: Ending Racial Maternal Health Disparities Demands Tailored Prenatal Care

11/01, KFF: Racial Disparities in Maternal and Infant Health: Current Status and Efforts to Address Them

10/26, mHealth Intelligence: Virtual Care On Par with In-Clinic Treatment of High Blood Pressure

10/25, Accenture: Digital health & MedTech: New signals for transformation

From Babyscripts:

 4 Healthcare Trends to Look Out For in 2023 (by Anish Sebastian)

 

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