A new report from the AHA Center for Health Innovation and EY examines how digital health technologies are shifting the care location to anywhere, anytime and the care model to preventive, personalized and participatory. “To avoid being on the wrong side of this emerging and disruptive trend, providers will need an appetite for ambitious transformation and the will to tackle hard choices around the legacy organization — where to divest, revitalize or pursue innovation,” the authors note.

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