The sports world is slowly getting back to normal. Pro football started when we expected, while baseball started way late. The World Series will end in November. The Stanley Cup Playoffs may end tonight or Wednesday (go Stars!). The two NBA finalists are set (LeBron again? Of course).
As the adage goes: The only constant is change. Nowhere is this more evident than in the field of healthcare. Outside of aerospace and defense, few industries drive the adoption of new technology like healthcare.
A puff of smoke trails from Fred Flintstone’s bare feet as he manually propels his stone and wooden car down a prehistoric road. It’s safe to say that we’ve collectively taken technology well beyond this crude (and, of course, fictional) point in automotive history.
“The number of systems will continue to increase at an even larger rate as corporations acquire more AX expertise and feel more comfortable about its application. More systems which capture scarce expertise and make it available throughout the organization will be created.