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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 IT. We all know there are still massive challenges, but in this episode of the podcast, we look at some of the things that have us most excited about health IT. We share some of the things we’re grateful for both professionally and personally.
While this topic seemed especially appropriate so close to Thanksgiving and the holidays, it also felt very appropriate to give thanks on our 50th Healthcare IT Today episode. It’s hard to believe we’ve recorded 50 episodes, but time flies when you’re having fun. We thank each of you who have listened into each episode and we appreciate all your support through the years.
Let us know what you’re thankful for. Share your thoughts in the comments or on social media with the hashtag #HITsm and mention the account @hcittoday. It’s amazing how many things there are to be grateful for once we slow down and recognize all the good.
Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you the next episode of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
We’re planning to release a new Healthcare IT Today podcast every ~2 weeks. Thanks to our friends at Healthcare Now Radio, you’ll be able to listen to the latest episodes of Healthcare IT Today on their radio station for the first two weeks. Then, we’ll be publishing each episode as a podcast and YouTube video here after it finishes on the radio.
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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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