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New study finds that competitive threats—particularly from nontraditional rivals—will grow, and healthcare organizations must find ways to meaningfully personalize care, including forging innovative partnerships, to thrive.

CHICAGO, Aug. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Chartis Group, a leading healthcare advisory and analytics firm, found that despite ongoing financial concerns, nearly half (46%) of health systems plan to move into the implementation phase of digital transformation in the next five years, with 44% reporting plans to partner with competitors to personalize care delivery. To thrive in the new era of care, organizations must execute on plans now to establish a market-leading position, according to the Chartis Future of Healthcare research report, out today.

Other key findings include: 

  • The competitive landscape is broadening beyond peer...

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