Health care systems do not want to be the next ‘taxi companies’ of the world

By , Daily Memphian Updated: May 16, 2019 4:00 AM CT | Published: May 15, 2019 3:38 PM CT
<strong>Dr. Reginald Coopwood, president and CEO of Regional One Health, gave his thoughts on how health care will look in the Mid-South 10 to 50 years from now. Coopwood took part in a panel discussion at the Common Table Health Alliance&rsquo;s 10th annual board meeting and awards luncheon on Tuesday, May 14.</strong> (Patrick Lantrip/Daily Memphian)

Dr. Reginald Coopwood, president and CEO of Regional One Health, gave his thoughts on how health care will look in the Mid-South 10 to 50 years from now. Coopwood took part in a panel discussion at the Common Table Health Alliance’s 10th annual board meeting and awards luncheon on Tuesday, May 14. (Patrick Lantrip/Daily Memphian)

While local health care systems do not want to be left behind as other industries are disrupted by technology, they have not yet figured out how to prepare for the innovations that are still unknown. 

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Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. Common Table Health Alliance Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare Regional One Health
Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet covers business for The Daily Memphian. Prior to, she was a reporter at the Memphis Business Journal. A native Memphian and University of Memphis graduate, Michelle covered business in Conway, Arkansas after college. Michelle got her start covering business as an intern at The Commercial Appeal.


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