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Digital Health Slides Down The Back Side Of The Hype Curve

This year's Health 2.0 conference gave the strong impression that digital health progress has slowed and it has entered the more-sober "make it work" stage of innovation. This is a good time to invest: the upside remains tremendous, and we are much closer to really making it work.
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