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For the 80th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about Cerner, Theranos, Ransomware, COVID…Oh My! That’s right, this episode is a ripped from the headlines episode. Hear our thoughts on four of the biggest headlines we’ve seen recently and what they mean for healthcare IT. What’s probably the biggest is Oracle’s acquisition of Cerner, but we also dive into what the Theranos verdict for Elizabeth Holmes means for health IT and more importantly female healthcare entrepreneurs. Plus, the Kronos ransomware incident has hit so many in healthcare and COVID is back rearing it’s ugly head (Note: This was recorded ~2 weeks ago). Check out how these major headlines could impact you and your healthcare organization.
Here’s a preview of the trending topics we discuss in this episode:
- Cerner Acquisition by Oracle
- Theranos Verdict for Elizabeth Holmes
- Kronos Ransomware Incident
- COVID’s Return (Omicron)
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