MobiHealth News December 7, 2023
Jessica Hagen

Execs overwhelmingly cite genAI as having the most significant impact in healthcare this year, though others provide alternative takes on the years’ events.

Leaders in the digital health space relayed to MobiHealthNews what stood out to them in 2023 as the year draws to an end.

Many noted the meteoric rise of genAI in 2023 and expectations of growing adoption of the technology in 2024, emphasizing the importance of treading carefully as the tech is further implemented. Other stakeholders pinpointed bankruptcies and mergers and acquisitions as being noteworthy events.

Dr. Peter Bonis, chief medical officer at Wolters Kluwer Health

“2023 has been another year where the thrum of existential concerns has grown a bit louder. There is no shortage of...

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