The Deloitte report — called “Winning the Future of Medtech” — came out yesterday in advance of next week’s AdvaMed MedTech Conference in Boston. Based on information crowdsourced from 38 experts at digital health startups, medtech companies, technology companies, health plans, health systems and researchers, it concludes that medical device companies are well-positioned to drive the future of healthcare, but they can’t do it alone.
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