Philips Healthcare: Building Bridges From The Hospital To The Home
Changing health care models is difficult, but most stakeholders know what modern and sustainable health care delivery should look like. Philips Healthcare has restructured its operations and aims to take a lead role in maximizing home-based health care, tailored to the patient.
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