Will Advancements in Digital Health Have an Impact on Patient Care?




 
Knowles: I think digital health is where we are moving. Does anybody have the perfect product, something that’s used by everybody? It’s hard to get individuals to engage in 1 product.
 
I think there will be advancements and I think it’s going to start first with connectivity—I think we’ve seen a lot of it with the connectivity of pharmacies, physicians, and health plans. As that connectivity grows, I think it’ll become more prominent in our day-to-day lives.  

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