Health IT Hits and Misses - Episode 61


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For the 61st episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we take a look at a number of popular health IT topics and whether they will be (or have been) a big hit or a big miss. That’s right, we’re going to bring out our crystal balls and share our predictions on what’s going to happen with a variety of health IT regulations, policies, technologies, etc. We hope you’ll share whether you agree or disagree with our thoughts in the comments.

Here’s a look at the various items we discuss in this episode:

  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • 5G
  • Texting Patients
  • Info Blocking
  • Meaningful Use

Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you the next episode of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.

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If you work in Healthcare IT, we’d love to hear where you agree and/or disagree with the perspectives we shared. Feel free to share your thoughts and perspectives in the comments of this post, in the YouTube comments, with @Colin_Hung or @techguy on Twitter, or privately on our Contact Us page. Let us know what you think of the podcast and if you have any ideas for future episodes.

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