This article was originally published in Forbes

An “antechamber to the tomb” is how George Orwell described hospitals in his 1946 essay “How the Poor Die.” It reflected that patients went there to lie in a bed with little prospect of successful treatment. Thankfully, modern medicine has drastically improved outcomes. What’s more, hospital beds will hardly exist in the future, according to Eric Topol, Director of the Scripps Research Institute, in an interview with Chris McCann, CEO of Current Health. Why? A combination of changes in medical practice, advances in technology and changes to reimbursement mean treatment is poised to…

Tom Moon

Commercial Team @heycurrent | Previously an early stage tech investor @MMC_Ventures | Medical doctor

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