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This is what healthcare leaders see as the future for digital health

The majority of healthcare providers across 14 global markets are now investing in digital health. Image: REUTERS/Adam Jourdan

Andrea Willige

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statistics showing the current priorities of healthcare leaders
The top priorities are preparing to respond to crises and facilitating a shift to remote/virtual care. Image: Royal Philips, 2021
a diagram comparing the current investment in telehealth (64%) compared to three years from now (40%)
People may expect telehealth foundations to have been laid three years from now, which would require less spending. Image: Royal Philips, 2021
the percentage of healthcare leaders who think investing in AI technology is important for the future of their medical facility (40% 3 years from now and 26% currently)
The forecast level of healthcare leaders' belief that investment in predictive technologies will prepare their healthcare facility for the future. Image: Royal Philips, 2021
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Healthcare services at walk-in clinics and in-patient treatment centres are expected to grow over the next 3 years. Image: Philips, 2021
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