For the 30th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re doing another edition of Buy or Sell. For those not familiar with this format, we’ll offer up some health IT assertion and then Colin and John will discuss whether they’re buying or selling that assertion and why. In this edition of Buy or Sell we’ll be talking about a number of hidden dangers in healthcare.
Here’s a quick preview of the Buy or Sell topics we cover in this episode:
- Buy or Sell: EHR Vendor Consolidation is a Threat to Healthcare Stability
- Buy or Sell: Old Windows Machines Are Healthcare’s Greatest Security Risk
- Buy or Sell: Healthcare Will Fall Further Behind Because of the Inability to Hire IT Talent
- Buy or Sell: AI Will Do More Harm Than Good in Healthcare
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Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you the next episode of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
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