While the pandemic was a catalyst that pushed the industry to find ways to meet the
health needs of patients where they live, economics also played a large part in motivating
providers to transform their delivery models. The pandemic cost an average of more than
$50 billion for the nation’s hospitals collectively every month, due largely to a massive
slowdown in revenue-generating non-emergency procedures and steep declines in patient
volume. . .

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