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The Health Care Industry Is a Myth (0:22)

The problem with getting health care innovations to scale is that every single clinical subspecialty will have slightly different issues that they have to tackle, says Aaron Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer for Providence St. Joseph Health. It’s a myth that there is one health care industry, he adds. It is a collection of very, very small industries that have very specific use cases that you have to tackle.

From the NEJM Catalyst event The Future of Care Delivery: Relentless Redesign at Providence St. Joseph Health, January 19, 2017.

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