FORBES | Since its onset, COVID-19 has been the focal point of recent healthcare innovation and advancement. Though the past couple of years have been filled with innumerable advancements of health technologies, much opportunity for reevaluating, reimagining, and reinventing the future of healthcare remains. The next two years will set the scope for what is to come.
As our world successfully transitions from a pandemic to endemic stage, the landscape of healthcare innovation is wide-open for disruption, as health, wellness, and healthcare are taken more fundamentally into the digital age. Advancing technology will be the vigorous driver behind a much needed refocusing of healthcare delivery to put the patient experience and navigation of health services back where it belongs front and center.
What we can expect—at least in the near-term future—is more digital transformation, more cloud, more integration, more automation, and overall a more coherent, consistent, and comprehensive delivery of healthcare.
Though the endless number of possibilities are inspiring, here are six areas where I foresee the most disruption occurring: