Lexology November 18, 2021
McDermott Will & Emery

Although digital health solutions have long been a key area of strategic growth for the healthcare industry, the COVID-19 crisis accelerated what it means to deliver safe, effective, digitally-based care. As the United States shifts focus from short-term crisis response to longer term solutions, what does a digitally-driven healthcare industry look like, and how can healthcare entities maintain the highest standards of care and meet patient expectations, while constructively disrupting out-of-date practice patterns?

Before the world plunged into the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare industry long embraced digital health and data-driven technology solutions as key areas of strategic growth. And while obstacles remain to the broader adoption of digital health in the care delivery continuum, COVID-19 made innovation and the acceleration...

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