AXIOS June 14, 2024
Caitlin Owens

When I’ve asked CEOs what they see as the wild card that will shape health care’s future, almost all of them have mentioned emerging technology, especially AI.

Why it matters: AI and other scientific and technological breakthroughs could radically change the care available to patients while solving some of the health system’s most vexing or existential problems.

  • Alternatively, most of these developments may never live up to their hype. Or they could, for one reason or another, never make it to market.
  • Or they could exacerbate existing inequities, or make the system even more expensive. And of course, reality often lies somewhere between complete failure and complete success.
  • That’s the nature of a wild card — we just don’t...

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