Adapting to a distributed healthcare ecosystem
In this moment of unprecedented disruption, healthcare providers have new opportunities to improve patient outcomes and save money by pushing care beyond the traditional bounds of the hospital.
The home is the most important real estate in health care
The rapid adoption of telehealth has clearly demonstrated that patient care is by no means limited to the hospital. With telehealth, patients can access more care, more easily in the comfort of their own homes. While telehealth is not optimal in all cases, when it is, it also enables doctors and healthcare staff to operate more efficiently by spending less time on patient processing, cleanup, and other inefficiencies. Investments in telehealth technology and experience design will easily be recouped in savings on real estate and operations.