Joining up your healthcare

January 29, 2020

Health systems around the world are battling with issues of accessibility and affordability of healthcare, whilst facing ever-rising levels of chronic disease and severe workforce shortages. To tackle this Babylon are working with The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT) to develop a new healthcare delivery model of ‘Digital-First Integrated Care’.

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Acibadem Healthcare Group

The Acıbadem Healthcare Group is Turkey’s most valuable private healthcare organisation according to brand assessment results and the position the group has achieved in the sector. Today Acıbadem, with its 21 hospitals, 16 outpatient clinics, 3.500 doctors and 4.000 nurses, provides healthcare services with nearly 22.500 employees.

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Acibadem Healthcare Group

The Acıbadem Healthcare Group is Turkey’s most valuable private healthcare organisation according to brand assessment results and the position the group has achieved in the sector. Today Acıbadem, with its 21 hospitals, 16 outpatient clinics, 3.500 doctors and 4.000 nurses, provides healthcare services with nearly 22.500 employees.

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