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For the 65th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Health IT Headlines and Their Signal for the Near Future. There have been a number of big announcements and interesting health IT headlines lately. In this episode we dive into some of these headlines and share what these mean for healthcare organizations in […]…
 
For the 64th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Tech’s Role in Mental Health. Even before COVID-19, mental health was a really important topic. Due to a wide variety of reasons including prominent stigmas around mental health, many of the mental health issues weren’t being addressed as they should. Of course, the […]…
 
For the 62nd episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we share our perspectives on the evolving health IT career landscape. Since we also run the health IT job board called Healthcare IT Central, we have a pretty unique view into the health IT job market. We definitely saw a massive lull in job postings thanks […]…
 
For the 60th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’ll be looking at the role of the CIO in healthcare and how it’s evolved over the last 20 years. We’ll look at how the evolution of technology has impacted the role of the CIO and the impact vendors have on healthcare CIOs as well. Plus, […]By John Lynn and Colin Hung
 
For the 58th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about burnout and health IT’s role in staff burnout. We all know that burnout has become a major issue in healthcare. Far too often we’re hearing of physician suicides and many doctors leaving their jobs because they’re burnt out. Plus, COVID has added another […]…
 
For the 57th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about information blocking. No doubt the healthcare industry knows that the 21st Century Cures Act includes a number of provisions and requirements around information blocking or more aptly said requirements to share data and not block patients from access to that data. Information bl…
 
For the 56th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Online Scheduling, Patient Check-in, and Consumer Choice. No doubt the pandemic and the social distancing requirements have pushed these topics to the forefront of every healthcare organizations minds. Many of these technologies were available prior to COVID, but now they’re bec…
 
For the 55th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re going asking the question “Why Isn’t RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring) exploding like telehealth video visits? Everyone loves to talk about the explosion of telehealth that has occurred in healthcare thanks to COVID-19. In fact, we’ve highlighted the growth of telehealth ourselves. The problem …
 
For the 54th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re going shed some light on the areas of healthcare interoperability that don’t get talked about enough. Many people in healthcare talk ad nauseum about clinical healthcare interoperability. While that’s an extremely important topic of discussion, there are a lot of other areas of healthcare int…
 
For the 52nd episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the The Good, the Bad, and the Messy in 2020. That’s right! We’re taking a look back at the year that was 2020 in healthcare IT. What a year it’s been. One that I’m sure none of us will forget and healthcare IT […]By John Lynn and Colin Hung
 
For the 51st episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the COVID-19 Vaccine. Obviously, being a healthcare IT publication, we’re not going to dive into any of the clinical details of the vaccine. Instead, we’ll focus on the areas of healthcare IT and healthcare marketing that are impacted by the vaccine. To open […]…
 
For the 50th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re sharing gratitude with the healthcare IT community. While this year has been a massively hectic and challenging year for pretty much everyone, there’s also still a lot to be grateful for in the world. This is particularly true in the world of healthcare and health […]…
 
For the 49th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about a number of virtual events we’ve attended and some of the insights coming out of those events. One of the advantages of virtual health IT conferences is that we can easily attend all of them. We don’t have to necessarily choose which ones […]…
 
For the 48th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the 2020 Presidential Election and Its Impact on Health IT. Tomorrow is election day in the US and with every presidential election, there’s an impact on healthcare. Whether it’s new legislation or other changes, the one reality with a US presidential election is […]…
 
For the 46th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the battle for telehealth. More specifically, we’re talking about EHR vendors entrance into telehealth and third party telehealth vendors. For those that have been following our EHR Telehealth vendor series, you know that EHR vendors are all diving into the live video telehealth…
 
For the 45th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the financial impact of COVID-19 on healthcare organizations. Plus, in this episode, we’re excited to welcome a special guest host, Jon Kimerle, Head of Epic Solutions at Pure Storage. Jon was a great guest host that brought a lot of knowledge and experience […]…
 
For the 44th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the return to work amidst COVID-19. This topic is literally ripped from the headlines as Epic’s decision to return to work hit mainstream media. They’ve since dialed it back a little, but they are still pushing to have their employees return to the […]…
 
For the 39th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the retro technologies that are still popular in healthcare. We dive into why many of these technologies are still popular. Plus, we talk about how many of these “retro” technologies have evolved into something much more robust than what most people think about. […]…
 
For the 37th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about how to better enable your Remote Workforce. Plus, in a first for our podcast, we have a guest host, Susmit Pal, Healthcare Field Director at Dell Technologies. It was great to have Susmit Pal join as guest host so he could share his […]…
 
For the 35th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about What We’ll Need for the 2nd Wave of the Pandemic. The inspiration for this episode came from the following graphic that shared one perspective on the various “waves” healthcare will see during the coronavirus. As our friends and colleagues brave the font lines, […]…
 
For the 34th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Permanent Changes to Healthcare Because of COVID-19. Is anything in healthcare the same since COVID-19? Ok, that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but the healthcare world has definitely been turned upside down thanks to COVID-19. Regulations have been relaxed. Reimbursements for thin…
 
For the 33rd episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about technologies that are in the spotlight because of COVID-19. Would you imagine us talking about anything but COVID-19? Be sure to check out all our coverage of COVID-19 and health technology. In this episode, Colin and I wanted to dive into a number […]…
 
For the 32nd episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Patient Communication and Telehealth Greenspace. Who would have known when we recorded this on March 2, 2020 that this topic would become so important thanks to COVID-19. Please take that into account when listening to this episode though. No doubt a lot has […]…
 
For the 29th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about healthcare consumerism and if it’s Good for Business and Bad for Health? This was an appropriate topic coming out of the massive (ie. 170,000 people) CES conference in Las Vegas where they have an exhibit hall full of consumer focused digital health solutions. […]…
 
For the 25th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, and we’re asking the question “Do You Trust Google with Patient Data?” This ripped from the headlines topic is a challenging one with a lot of complexities. For those who missed the news, Google Health has been working with Ascension Health on a number of health […]…
 
For the 24th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, and we’re talking about the health data myths and realities. The collection of health data is happening everywhere. Many organizations are realizing how much value is stored in health data and they’re treating it as an asset for their organization. What does this mean for healthcare? […]…
 
For the 22nd episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re asking the question Is Consumerism the Elephant in the Room? The discussion of consumerism in healthcare is a tricky one. Many patients wonder why their healthcare experience is so different than their consumer experience. Other patients don’t want to be called consumers since they don’t […]…
 
For the 21st episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Health IT and Marketing. Why are the two areas such an odd couple? Shouldn’t the CIO (IT) and CMO (Marketing) work together? Why don’t they work together? Every hospital and health system has a marketing team and an IT team. However, we often […]…
 
For the 20th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Healthcare Assumptions You Should Bank On. We often talk to people are just entering the health IT space. The overwhelming theme from these people is that there are so many things in healthcare that they didn’t expect. For those of us working in […]…
 
For the 19th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about physician reputation. This podcast was inspired by the news that MIPS Quality scores were now public. That’s right. With any NPI number (easily found online) or the physician’s name, you can look up the MIPS Quality score for any physician or group. What […]…
 
For the 18th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re sharing some takeaways from the EXPO.health conference we held in Boston. In case you missed it, what were you thinking? No really. You missed out on an amazing coming together of the best community of health IT professionals out there. It’s just a different experience […]…
 
For the 17th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about various healthcare conferences. It’s always a challenge knowing which conferences you should attend. Each conference has its own culture, direction, and attendees. It’s no wonder one of the questions we’re asked the most is “Which conferences should I attend?” As you’d imagine, …
 
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