For the 27th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re making predictions as to what you should expect to see in health IT in 2020.
Last episode, it was fun to look back at the past decade of health IT. In this episode, Colin and John take a look forward and make some 2020 predictions on what we can expect to see in health IT. It’s a fun look forward since we predict both the successes and disasters we expect to see. Plus, we’ll check back next year and figure out where we were right and where we were wrong.
Here’s a quick rundown of the main topics we’ll discuss in this episode:
- What Will Be the Biggest Successes in 2020?
- What Will Be the Biggest Disasters in 2020?
- Ones to Watch in 2020
- What We’re Looking Forward to Most in 2020
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