Key Trends Currently Shaping Healthcare Report
Recent years had an enormous impact on how people and institutions approach caring for their health – mental health included. We can clearly see it in the healthcare industry, which is why we decided to create a report about the current trends that are now shaping healthcare. This work is the result of hundreds of hours of research and interviews we’d love to share with you!
- Reviews of how the covid lockdown has influenced the healthcare sector
- Post-lockdown, non-covid-related issues that will impact the healthcare system around the world, including the aging of the global population and mental health management
- Content from top healthcare startups to provide more in-depth information
- Key trends to follow in the healthcare field
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Learn about post-lockdown challenges and the key trends to follow that will impact the healthcare system.
Virtual care can cover so many gaps that existed before the pandemic, and can supplement in-person care to ensure patients have the support they need when and where they need it, and ultimately to stay healthy.
With a heightened concern for health and more free time (thanks to working from home), people became more inclined to spend time and money on their personal healthcare.
Users are now more willing to at least try digital health solutions – so much so, in fact, that once they have experienced the convenience of remote services, they are unlikely to return to an offline-first model.
Healthcare professionals needed to adapt to the new normal and became more open to solutions such as telemedicine and chatbots.
More and more organizations are investing in well-being programs, webinars, and mental health platforms to enable easier access to psychological care and self-development tools.
The lockdowns were terribly unpleasant for everyone. This black swan event has certainly changed the market, especially in the online product industry. Everything, including most services, moved online, and the interest and confidence in the services that were offered virtually grew exponentially.
The pandemic has created what is being called the ‘Great Resignation,’ creating higher staff turnover. Much of this is caused by burnout. On the metric side, you are 2.6 times more likely to be looking for a new job if you’re currently going through a burnout cycle.