Help Or Hindrance? Digital Tech Must Deliver Maximum Health Care System Benefit
Biggest Health Care Survey Of Its Kind Charts Sector’s Evolution
Royal Philips’ seventh annual Future Health Index report paints a picture of health care systems in mid-transformation but cautions that digital tools must fully serve health care practitioners and not add to their daily burden.
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