The Pace of Healthcare Change Keeps Accelerating

17th of May 2016 | Blog,Healthcare

We may not have a cure for cancer (yet), flying cars (yet), or meals the size of a pill (debatable if you go to some fancier, high-class, restaurants), but we are certainly getting closer to achieving once elusive Sci-Fi fantasies thanks to significant technological advances. Many of these changes are taking shape in the healthcare industry. For hospitals and health systems, these advances have begun to affect all aspects of their businesses, from how they meet regulatory requirements, to how they deliver care.

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