Healthcare 2030 the consumer at the center

| February 26, 2019

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The healthcare industry is facing major demographic and market changes that will dramatically impact which services are needed and how they are delivered. The organizations that put the consumer at the center of decision-making stand to be leaders in the new economy. In this white paper, you will gain insights into how to: Start serving different consumers in different ways, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach. Keep an eye toward creating a seamless delivery network through which patients can move.

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Spacelabs Healthcare

Founded in 1958, Spacelabs developed the first vital signs monitoring for NASA astronauts culminating in Neil Armstrong wearing Spacelabs telemetry for the moon landing in 1969. Spacelabs delivers continuous innovation in healthcare technology for better clinical and economic outcomes. Our scalable solutions deliver critical patient data across local and remote systems, enable better-informed decisions, increase efficiencies, and create a safer environment for patients. Renowned for its open architecture interfacing, Spacelabs is able to connect to a host of hospital data management systems enabling easy flow and review of patient data. Our goal is to provide innovative tools and solutions to aid and accelerate the clinician’s decision-making process.

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