How has the HealthTech sector evolved over the past 20 years – is the NHS still slow to adopt innovation, and how have events such as COVID and Brexit shaped the current landscape? Louise Frampton spoke to the Association for British HealthTech Industries to discover what has changed.
The Association for British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) works with industry and the healthcare system to improve the lives of patients and overcome barriers to people benefitting from medical technologies. Over the past 20 years, the organisation has witnessed some major changes in the sector, in terms of innovation and regulation, as well as across political, economic, and healthcare landscapes.
So, how is the role of the ABHI changing to reflect these shifting priorities, challenges, and trends? Furthermore, how can we improve technology adoption, by removing barriers and bureaucracy, while addressing the changing demands of patients and the NHS? CSJ spoke to some of the ABHI’s leadership team to gain an insight…
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