Why Value-Based Health Care Is Here To Stay
Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention
COVID-19 has disrupted the operational schedules of health care and technology providers alike to unparalleled levels in 2020. But scratch the surface, and outcomes-oriented, value-based health care targets remains a priority – albeit competing a little harder for attention at present.
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