The Future of Medicine: The Past Cannot Be Changed. The Future Is in Your Power
The healthcare sector is ripe for disruption as healthcare expenditures account for an ever-increasing percentage of GDP. In this chapter, we discuss the theory behind technology adoption and then apply this theory to health care focusing on expected changes in clinical care, reimbursement, and payment models.
KeywordsDisruptive technology Payment Value-based purchasing
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