Health care disruptors forged ahead in 2020 despite the pandemic, but hospitals and health systems can embrace the opportunities for collaboration and partnership, writes Mital Patel, senior director of market intelligence at the AHA Center for Health Innovation. Patel describes recent “disruption” efforts and discusses how hospitals and health systems can respond. Read more.

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