The hospital facility is no longer the center of the healthcare universe. This trend was already in motion, and the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated it.
Healthcare consumers increasingly expect healthcare services to be delivered where they are, whether that means outpatient settings, in retail clinics, or via virtual services such as telehealth and using remote monitoring devices. In the future of decentralized care, new layers of connection are needed between people, data, and technology to realize the promise of healthier people and businesses.
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To learn more about adapting to a decentralized healthcare ecosystem, read our white paper: “The New Healthcare Ecosystem: Preparing for Decentralized Care.”