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Digital Health forum aiming to transform healthcare

The global digital health market is predicted to be worth £43 billion by 2018, according to the Office for Life Sciences.

And yet the digital revolution has yet to transform healthcare in the way many had hoped with the complexity of changing patient behaviour, integrating it into convoluted systems, building scalability and educating managers combined with shrinking resources and aging populations have all proved too difficult so far.

Warwick Business School, alongside Cambridge Centre for Digital Innovation, is working to break down the silos that are blocking a much-needed digital transformation inhealthcare by bringing stakeholders together to discuss the many issues at its Digital Health 2017: Transforming lives by innovating healthcare forum on January 17.

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