The Science of Delivering Health Care

Technology is swiftly disrupting all the norms of health care delivery, and more radical change lies ahead. Unmanned aerial vehicles (better known as drones) are delivering supplies; health services are moving out of medical settings and into the community; telemedicine is bringing specialty care to remote areas; and “collective superintelligence” at the intersection of humans, machines, and organizations is aggregating vast amounts of clinical information to provide diagnostic insights. What’s next in health care delivery?

Festival: Spotlight Health 2018

Watch and Listen: Technology

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