由 Sean Ruck
, Contributing Editor | March 20, 2020
I don’t see the costs going down. As a result, I see the financial pressures causing us to be very innovative in where we deliver healthcare. We’re so fixated on the brick and mortar because that’s where people see their comfort. In many ways, it’s a safety net for people. Yet, as it gets more complicated and more expensive, I think we’ll see healthcare pushed into the home. So I see an evolution in the number of actual beds that we need in brick and mortar facilities, through the use of telemedicine and the instant access to diagnostic results and images. Hospitals are becoming more virtualized. This is especially true in addressing the healthcare needs of patients in other rural and frontier communities. Our focus will continue to be to provide access to high-quality, patient-centered healthcare that is reasonably priced. Back to HCB News
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