Physician's Weekly Podcast

Anticipated Medical Innovations for 2023

January 04, 2023 Physician's Weekly Season 3 Episode 74
Anticipated Medical Innovations for 2023
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Physician's Weekly Podcast
Anticipated Medical Innovations for 2023
Jan 04, 2023 Season 3 Episode 74
Physician's Weekly

As 2023 is upon us, we are probably being realistic to expect continued inflation, a choppy economy, COVID-19 disruptions in healthcare, and on-going supply chain disruptions continuing into the year. Some leaders in healthcare systems are even predicting an “exceptionally turbulent 2023.”1 While inflation appears to be stabilizing, the higher cost of consumer goods is making it difficult for some people to pay for medical services, therapies, and devices. As a result, healthcare consumers might put off buying prescriptions or medical devices that can help them treat or monitor a condition. 

On the flip side, but much harder to predict, there will be a number of significant medical advances, many of which will be incremental improvements, and a few of which will be major breakthroughs. PW Podcast host Rachel Giles, MD, and PW editorial board member Alex McDonald, MD, discuss the trends to watch this year, from wearables and patient engagement to next-generation therapies and vaccines.

Happy New Year!

References:

  1. https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/blog/health-care-blog/2022/2023-outlook-for-health-care-could-margins-staffing-stall-progress-to-future-of-health.html
  2. Gene therapy pipeline 1Q2022-2Q 2025, CVS Health, February 2, 2022; Approved cellular and gene therapy products, FDA, September 19, 2022; The state of the industry, Alliance for Regenerative Medicine, January 26, 2021
  3. van Dyck CH, et al. Lecanemab in Early Alzheimer's Disease. N Engl J Med. 2022 Nov 29. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa2212948. Epub ahead of print. https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-03081-0

 

Changes Are Coming Soon!
Stay tuned for an exciting new format!

Let us know what you thought of this week’s episode on Twitter: @physicianswkly

Want to share your medical expertise, research, or unique experience in medicine on the PW podcast? Email us at editorial@physweekly.com!

Thanks for listening!

Show Notes

As 2023 is upon us, we are probably being realistic to expect continued inflation, a choppy economy, COVID-19 disruptions in healthcare, and on-going supply chain disruptions continuing into the year. Some leaders in healthcare systems are even predicting an “exceptionally turbulent 2023.”1 While inflation appears to be stabilizing, the higher cost of consumer goods is making it difficult for some people to pay for medical services, therapies, and devices. As a result, healthcare consumers might put off buying prescriptions or medical devices that can help them treat or monitor a condition. 

On the flip side, but much harder to predict, there will be a number of significant medical advances, many of which will be incremental improvements, and a few of which will be major breakthroughs. PW Podcast host Rachel Giles, MD, and PW editorial board member Alex McDonald, MD, discuss the trends to watch this year, from wearables and patient engagement to next-generation therapies and vaccines.

Happy New Year!

References:

  1. https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/blog/health-care-blog/2022/2023-outlook-for-health-care-could-margins-staffing-stall-progress-to-future-of-health.html
  2. Gene therapy pipeline 1Q2022-2Q 2025, CVS Health, February 2, 2022; Approved cellular and gene therapy products, FDA, September 19, 2022; The state of the industry, Alliance for Regenerative Medicine, January 26, 2021
  3. van Dyck CH, et al. Lecanemab in Early Alzheimer's Disease. N Engl J Med. 2022 Nov 29. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa2212948. Epub ahead of print. https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-03081-0

 

Changes Are Coming Soon!
Stay tuned for an exciting new format!

Let us know what you thought of this week’s episode on Twitter: @physicianswkly

Want to share your medical expertise, research, or unique experience in medicine on the PW podcast? Email us at editorial@physweekly.com!

Thanks for listening!