Healthcare DIVE June 22, 2022
Robert Rohatsch

Solv Health CMO Robert Rohatsch contends that digital healthcare transformation will help GPs finally get back to what most of us really want to do in the first place — keep patients healthy.

Editor’s note: Robert Rohatsch is chief medical officer of Solv Health.

The rapid adoption of digital healthcare technologies like telemedicine, asynchronous chat and wearable diagnostic devices is seen by some as an existential threat to the future of general medical practice. And it is true— there is a tectonic shift taking place in the American healthcare landscape. I often caution my GP friends and colleagues that clinging to the traditional model of ambulatory care is a one-way ticket to obsolescence.

But when I look at the digital...

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