Riding The Tailwind Of Healthtech Through The Pandemic And Beyond
COVID-19 Has Not Put The Brakes On Resurgence Of Health Care, Say Asia-Based VC Investors
VC investors and medtech strategists alike at APACMed’s 2020 virtual conference agreed that the challenges presented by COVID-19 have given healthtech a higher profile and accelerated the arrival of health system workflow improvements.
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