Tom Sullivan, EVP & Editor-in-Chief, Health Evolution, in a discussion with Greg Moore, MD, PhD, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Health, Microsoft
This year we have seen the overnight acceleration of virtual care, a transformed care journey more centered on patients, and real progress toward personalized care with the enablement of precision medicine. An historic shift to the cloud for health data and the adoption of AI and machine learning to solve some of health’s most complex problems have been foundational to these trends. Technology has provided many tools urgently needed to help caregivers in a great time of need, but are there consequences of such an accelerated revolution in the industry? How can technology help us reimagine the future of healthcare and help us care for those who give care?
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