The opportunity to reshape care delivery and create a more efficient and cost-effective healthcare system is achievable because of the acceleration and adoption of technology.

In this issue of The Remington Report, we discussed the new era of care at home. Each of these discussions depends on the expansion of technology for care in the home. The invisible technology boundaries expand the rules of who can offer care in the home, how they will be paid, and create a less restrictive policy environment to deliver care at home.


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