The pandemic pushed our healthcare system to the brink. It cast a spotlight on pressing challenges facing healthcare systems – access, efficiency, effectiveness, and equity. Since 2020, new challenges have emerged: the healthcare staffing crisis, crippled supply chains, and evolution of the existing model of care delivery.
During this time, prolific investment into digital health solutions has jumpstarted unprecedented innovation, product development, and public acceptance, all necessities for leveraging the value of digital health. On the flip side, it also created a crowded marketplace of digital solutions, many untested with questionable quality and value.
The work of healthcare leaders, decision-makers, and innovators has never been more difficult. They are navigating a new wave of crisis under enormous pressure to deliver innovative solutions with little guidance about ‘what good looks like’ or how to succeed.
And all of this in the shadow of tech behemoths diving into the healthcare delivery space looking to expand their enterprises.