Philips At HIMSS22: Informatics Is Taking Pressure Off Providers
The Reinvention Of Health Care Delivery Is Coming Closer
Workplace pressures are hitting hospitals and providers still feeling the residual effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Informatics and connected technologies can take much of the strain, said Royal Philips’ connected care chief Roy Jakobs.
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