Ensuring The Next Generation Of Health Care Professionals: Still An Unmet Need
Health Care Is At A ‘Crucial Point’ On Its Journey To The Future Says Philips
For its fifth annual Future Health Index, Royal Philips chose to focus on the insights and needs of health care professionals below the age of 40, a group that often feels unheard, and yet will form the basis of the workforce over the next two decades. Getting it right from their point of view is vital.
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