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Lessons learnt during the coronavirus crisis will fuel growth in the healthcare innovation sector, says HANetf’s Ginsberg

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Anthony Ginsberg, Co-creator of the HAN-GINs Indxx Healthcare Innovation ETF (WELL) says the Coronavirus crisis has exposed many flaws in the US and other healthcare systems, which has proven a boost for innovative healthcare companies. The crisis has highlighted the benefits of streamlined regulation and innovation in areas such as telemedicine and digital health technologies.

The WELL ETF creator says: “Tech companies will play a bigger role in meeting the need for greater transparency of data and individual electronic health records. Trends to watch include accelerated development of The Individual Patient Record, as health-care companies build data registries. Also, the use of wearables and other consumer-facing technology may increase post-pandemic, integrating data from these devices with individual medical records.”

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