Philips Healthcare Beats A Telehealth Pathway To The New Care Models
This article was originally published in Clinica
Philips Healthcare, one of the thought leaders in telehealth integration, is on the cusp of releasing the final report from a major 1,600-patient Liverpool CCG study. In advance of those findings, strategic business manager at Philips Healthcare’s UK business Rupert Hipwell told Clinica about how the telehealth concept continues to mature and how Philips will build on its current activities in the segment
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