What the Hospitals of the Future Look Like

February 2018 - Hospitals, health systems and other providers are constantly adapting to the changing needs and expectations of their patients. To meet these needs, hospitals are shifting away from traditional inpatient facilities and moving care beyond the four walls.
 
This can be seen as patients are increasingly treated at home or in smaller, more specific facilities. And increasingly, care is being provided from anywhere with telehealth services. Learn more about what the hospitals of the future look like and how care is being tailored to the needs of all patients in this Wall Street Journal article.

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