HealthManagement, Volume 21 - Issue 5, 2021

Health and the City

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With urban populations increasingly growing worldwide and technology making smart cities a reality, there is great potential of improving healthcare services by expanding them beyond the hospital walls. Both immediate health emergencies, such as COVID-19, and long-term strategies can be addressed with new, tech-driven solutions supported by enhanced community care. In this issue we explore how healthcare operates in the wider urban context and analyse the challenges and opportunities of such interconnected systems.


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