Philips Future Health Index reveals younger doctors’ insights into digital health during the pandemic.
Research published this week by Philips gives an insight into doctors’ experience of COVID-19 and how they believe the healthcare industry should change in response.
It captures feedback from 500 doctors under the age of 40 in five countries: France, Germany, the US, China and Singapore.
The survey reveals that during COVID-19, younger doctors changed their attitudes towards the relative benefits of different health technologies.
Before the pandemic, 60% ranked artificial intelligence (AI) as the top digital health technology that would most improve their work satisfaction, with 39% identifying telehealth as the top technology. Now following the pandemic, 61% rank telehealth as the digital health technology that would have most improved their experiences at this time, with AI falling to 53%.
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