MedCity News November 13, 2022
Katie Adams

Big Tech companies like Amazon, Google and IBM can’t disrupt healthcare with the same approach they have used to enter other industries, HCA Healthcare CEO Sam Hazen said at HLTH 2022. He argued that technology companies won’t be able to infiltrate healthcare from afar. Instead, they must embed themselves into everyday healthcare interactions at hospitals in order for their products and services to be truly impactful.

Big Tech companies like Amazon, Google and IBM can’t disrupt healthcare with the same approach they have used to infiltrate other industries, according to Sam Hazen, CEO of HCA Healthcare.

He shared this sentiment on Sunday during a main stage discussion with General Catalyst CEO Hemant Taneja at HLTH 2022 in Las Vegas.

“To...

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