For the 38th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re feeling the rush. No, it’s probably not what you’re thinking. We’re talking about this new world we live in where we had to rush all sorts of things. This is especially true in health IT with the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode we talk about some of the places in healthcare that have been rushed and what that impact will be. We also acknowledge that the rush has some benefits as well as far as ripping through the bureaucracy that would often slow things down. If you’re thinking about what all this rush is going to mean for healthcare, you’ll enjoy this episode.
Here’s a quick preview of the areas we discuss in this episode:
- Rushed Implementations
- Rushed Training
- Rushed Product Development
- Rushing Into Healthcare
Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you the next episode of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
Note: We generally record the Healthcare IT Today podcast weeks before it’s published here. Take that into account as the world changes so rapidly with COVID-19.
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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