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For the 67th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about what’s Rising and Falling in Health IT. I’m not sure there’s ever been a time in health IT where more things have been happening. Money is flowing into new and old health IT companies as they build out new digital health solutions and work to optimize healthcare using technology.
With so much going on, it’s often hard to keep up. In this episode we talk about some of the most talked about areas of health IT and share whether we think they’re rising or falling. Hopefully this will give you some insight into topics that matter to your organization and maybe a few you should spend more time on. Plus, we hope you’ll share whether you agree or disagree with us in the comments or on social media.
Here’s a look at the areas of health IT we discuss as rising or falling on this episode:
- Voice + Healthcare
- EHRs / EHR companies
- SXSW Health
- Remote patient monitoring
- Non-clinical salaries
- Revenue cycle management
- CES Health
Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you the next episode of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
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