For the 49th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about a number of virtual events we’ve attended and some of the insights coming out of those events. One of the advantages of virtual health IT conferences is that we can easily attend all of them. We don’t have to necessarily choose which ones we want to travel to in order to attend. One of the disadvantages of virtual conferences is that we can travel to all of them and so we only attend pieces of each event. That said, there was still a lot of great knowledge and perspectives dropped at these events.
In this episode we share the things that stood out to us. We share some of the unique presentations and announcements we saw and heard. You’ll hear about the trends we see. Plus, we share some of the shocking and insightful quotes we heard at the events.
Here’s a quick preview of the topics and questions we discuss in this episode:
- Insights, Unique Presentations, and Announcements
- Healthcare IT Trends
- Shocking Quotes
- A look at virtual events – What do we think?
Now, without further ado, we’re excited to share with you the next episode of the Healthcare IT Today podcast.
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