Extraordinary Times Call For Exceptional Response From Philips’ Connected Care Chief
Accelerated Health Care System Transformation Has Been One Positive To Emerge From The COVID-19 Episode
Roy Jakobs was appointed internally to head connected care at Philips on 28 January, shortly before COVID-19 forced the first of many lockdowns around the world. The disruption prompted a rapid rethink of priorities, which has shown opportunities for lasting health care system change.
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