Hospital execs must reconsider their traditional relationships with patients and gov't

Hospital executives must reconsider their traditional relationships with outside institutions in order to push sector innovation further, two top Siemens executives argue in H&HN Daily. John Glaser, chief of Siemens Healthcare's business unit and Neeraj Chopra, director of strategic consulting, say that providers should deepen their relationships with patients, view government as a collaborator rather than a regulator, and pursue nontraditional collaborations such as with pharmacists, payers and providers. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare 



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