Healthcare August cover
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Future of Healthcare

Aug, 2020

The global race to battle the coronavirus has ushered in a new age for medicine as pharmaceutical companies, public and private sectors collaborate like never before. Our Future of Healthcare special report, published in The Times, explores the use of AI in cancer care, the popularity surge of virtual healthcare, and rising cyber uncertainties as medtech evolves. It examines why race is still a factor in antenatal care as statistics show that Black women are more likely to die during pregnancy than white women. It looks at PTSD and long-term mental health fears for healthcare workers after the distressing months of the pandemic.The featured infographic shows the huge success of virtual doctor’s appointments.


When the pandemic hit, many people felt uncomfortable, with attending a doctor’s appointment in person. Now, the huge success of virtual appointments may mean that it is here to stay.