Becker's Healthcare May 13, 2022
Georgina Gonzalez

Big tech may struggle with regulatory issues and product rollout issues in healthcare, according to Susan Lang, CEO of prescription drug consulting and analytics firm XIL Health as reported in EBN May 13. 

While tech companies are pushing into the healthcare space, Ms. Lang believes they won’t become healthcare giants on a global scale given a range of issues in the industry. 

Ms. Lang said that minimally viable products are difficult in healthcare because it affects people’s access to care. 

“Think about how tech companies can come up with minimally viable products, like the version 10 operating system from Microsoft. You could throw out that into the market, even if it has glitches. [But that’s] not...

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