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Discover perspectives from 500 doctors under the age of 40 in five countries: the United States of America, China, Singapore, France and Germany. Our latest findings reveal how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the attitudes and experiences of younger doctors, and how they believe the healthcare industry should change in response.  This report supplements the Future Health Index 2020 global report, The Age of Opportunity.

Explore our insights

How have younger doctors’ priorities around telehealth shifted during the pandemic?
How have younger doctors’ priorities around telehealth shifted during the pandemic?
Are younger doctors more or less likely to stay in medicine as a result of their experiences during COVID-19?
Are younger doctors more or less likely to stay in medicine as a result of their experiences during COVID-19?
What changes do younger doctors want to outlast the pandemic?
What changes do younger doctors want to outlast the pandemic?

Younger doctors report greater appreciation from colleagues and patients alike and, encouragingly, more exposure to new ways of using digital health technologies.

 

Jan Kimpen

Chief Medical Officer at Philips

The Future Health Index is commissioned by Philips.


The Future Health Index Insights report: COVID-19 and younger healthcare professionals comprises original research via a survey of over 500 younger doctors under the age of 40 across five countries: China, France, Germany, Singapore and the United States of America.  The survey was conducted in June and July 2020.