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CSC Study Identifies New Technologies Designed to Reshape Healthcare

CSC Study Identifies New Technologies Designed to Reshape Healthcare - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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CSC Study Identifies New Technologies Designed to Reshape Healthcare - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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CSC’s Leading Edge Forum released a report that identifies new technologies designed to improve health while controlling costs by ushering in a new era of wellness, self-monitoring, increased and earlier detection of disease, and more effective treatments.

The report, titled “The Future of Healthcare: It’s Health, Then Care,” identifies new technologies in development from brain implants that prevent seizures to bioprinting that creates new skin. The report identifies key trends and technologies that will forever reshape healthcare. The full report is available on CSC’s website.

“Healthcare needs significant disruptive change to address its problems and there are many maturing technologies that can help,“ said Fran Turisco, the study's lead researcher, who is an emerging practices research principal in CSC's Global Healthcare Services Group. “What we have seen to date is only the tip of the iceberg of a wide range of technologies coming out of commercial, government and university research labs that can make a significant difference for wellness and care delivery.“

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Written by Neel Mehta

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