Wolters Kluwer, Health has launched the 5 Forces for the Future series to show a path forward in improving systemic weaknesses exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic to prepare beyond a second wave to a transformed healthcare landscape.
The series highlights distinct trends catalysing extraordinary change and disruption today, as well as expert insights into how to build on recent advances to better healthcare long-term. The 5 Forces are a timely exploration of the explosion of virtual care, increased speed and rigor in clinical evidence and decision-making, AI in support of advanced clinical surveillance, dramatic restructuring of the workforce and urgent calls for data access and exchange across the continuum.
The COVID-19 pandemic revealed large cracks in the global healthcare delivery system, but in doing so, it also presented an unprecedented and immediate opportunity to revolutionise healthcare for the better. The response to the public health crisis has spurred continuous, real-time innovation that is already changing the way care gets delivered on the front lines, across geographies, and across the care continuum.
An overview of the 5 Forces series, which features industry statistics, proprietary survey data and valuable insights from more than a dozen experts, is available at https://www.wolterskluwer.com/en/know/reimagining-healthcare-5-forces-for-the-future. The first report in the series, ‘Virtual Care Reaching the Vulnerable,’ publishes on August 31, 2020. Additional reports will be published monthly through December 2020.
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