From wearables to virtual check-ups – many of the trends in healthcare technology normalized during the COVID-19 pandemic are here to stay.
The healthcare industry in America has shifted dramatically in just the past three years, and organizations have had to quickly adapt to disrupted market conditions. Global economic downturns and widespread chronic disease are leading to more layoffs, healthcare workforce shortages, loss of private insurance coverage for employees, and medical supply chain setbacks.
Fortunately, though a cursory look at the healthcare industry may be discouraging, advancements in technology are a major bright spot. New, tech-centric innovations in healthcare not only streamline processes for providers but also lead to better, personalized patient care and improved access.