Health technology continues to push the boundaries of how healthcare is delivered and has the power to create breakthroughs in our understanding of disease. This collection of articles and interviews explores the evolving role of health technology in the life-sciences sector and implications for key stakeholders. Contact us to learn more about our work in this field.
The e-Health Monitor 2022 for Germany shows increased adoption of the telematics infrastructure and of several citizen-focused digital offerings, but a lag in the use of electronic patient records and an uncertain outlook for e-prescriptions.
COVID-19 has made it more pressing than ever to integrate online and offline offerings and to establish integrated health ecosystems. We asked key healthcare leaders about their views to make this change happen.
Strong continued uptake, favorable consumer perception, and tangible investment into this space are all contributing to the continued growth of telehealth in 2021. New analysis indicates telehealth use has increased 38X from the pre-COVID-19 baseline.
For the past 10 to 15 years, virtual health has been heralded as the next disrupter in the delivery of care, but there has been minimal uptick in adoption. The COVID-19 pandemic is pushing against structural barriers that had previously slowed health system investment in integrated virtual health applications.
Collaboration, automation, and innovation may hold the keys to the future of healthcare investing. Matt Holt, managing director and president of private equity at New Mountain Capital leads healthcare investing for the firm and shares his views.