Healthcare delivery is moving away from traditional healthcare centers such as hospitals and clinics. Other non-traditional areas are becoming centers for healthcare delivery to provide more urgent, convenient and cost-effective care. This path ends at home—where a patient spends the most time, is most comfortable and can recover best. This area provides opportunities for much more than just care delivery. Homes, if enabled with the right care equipment, devices, and technology, can serve not only patient screening, monitoring, and disease management, but also health and wellness monitoring opportunities. Several companies have already recognized this trend and, along with startups, are targeting it to capitalize early.
- Learn why and how care delivery is moving away from traditional centers such as hospitals
- Understand areas beyond hospitals where care can be delivered
- Study the convergence of technologies and the competition’s efforts in this regard
- Identify the impact it will have on MedTech OEMs as well as other healthcare stakeholders