Most health IT companies say Trump admin has no impact on their businesses: 4 survey insights

Most health IT pros (72 percent) report the Trump administration has had no impact on their company, according to early-released portions of a survey fielded by Healthcare Growth Partners.

HGP surveyed C-suite and business development professionals at 500 health IT-focused companies.

Here are four survey insights.  

1. Nearly 12 percent of respondents believe the administration has had a positive impact on their businesses.

2. About one in five respondents said their business experienced a negative impact from the Trump administration.

3. When asked whether they believe health IT is in a bubble, most executives weren't sure. The plurality of respondents (46 percent) cited high investments and strong market fundamentals as reasoning behind their uncertainty.

4. Thirty six percent is in a bubble in which "the reality will not live up to the hype and many investors and acquirors will get burned."

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