How hospitals could be rebuilt, better than before

Many of us believe that technology could revolutionize the way we work in health care.

When I think of the hospital of the future, I think of a bunch of people sitting in a room full of screens and phones,” says Toby Cosgrove, the Cleveland Clinic’s head.

This article describes how healthcare providers are rethinking the way hospitals work. Read this Economist article on how hospitals could be rebuilt, better than before:

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