HealthExec September 6, 2022
Jessica Kania

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 2022 Pulse Survey, which surveyed nearly 700 C-suite executives across all industries including 40 in the health industry, provides an important window into what those in corner offices—and perhaps some home offices, too—are prioritizing in the year ahead. 

So what are health industry executives prioritizing in 2022? According to the 40 health industry respondents, it’s “digital transformation initiatives.” Here, we highlight this category and others that round out the top five investment areas for 2022. 

1. Digital transformation initiatives (63%) 

The category tops the list of investment areas for 40 C-suite executives who responded to the survey, with 63% saying that they’re investing in a wide range of digital initiatives such as mobile, remote, and no-touch ways to access...

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