Becker's Healthcare January 25, 2022
Georgina Gonzalez

Increased investment in innovative technology, solutions to ease workforce challenges and rising interest in home care all represent key investment trends for healthcare in 2022 according to a KPMG report published Jan. 25. 

To produce the 2022 Healthcare and Life Sciences Investment Outlook survey, accounting firm KPMG spoke to over 300 leaders in the healthcare and life sciences sectors. The respondents shed light on how political changes, COVID-19 and market forces could change the outlook for investments in 2022. 

Eight key findings:

  1. In 2021, healthcare technology was second only to hospital and health systems in terms of deal volume, with 290 deals. Middle-office systems, consumer engagement and telehealth were all popular deal focuses.
  2. The total deal value for...

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Topics: Digital Health, EMR / EHR, Health IT, Investments, Medical Devices, Survey / Study, Technology, Telehealth, Trends
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