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DHIS 2021 White Paper
Using Technology to Resolve Patient Pain Points

author - Justin Long
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author - Shawn Howell
Shawn Howell
February 9, 2022 | Read Time: 6  minutes

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In September 2021, KLAS hosted its fifth annual Digital Health Investment Symposium (DHIS). In attendance were healthcare thought leaders from private equity and venture-capital firms, digital health companies, and healthcare provider organizations. Small group discussions focused on patient pain points within the care journey, the barriers to solving these pain points, and how technology can be utilized to further activate patients in their own care. The intent of this paper is to share insights from those discussions and to highlight ways stakeholders throughout the industry can support meaningful change to improve the patient experience.

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