The pandemic has pushed new healthcare technology priorities ahead of old ones.
Prior to the pandemic, LexisNexis Risk Solutions assembled healthcare Chief Information Officers (CIOs), all members of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), to facilitate conversations around healthcare data governance, privacy and how to address vulnerable populations. All of these technology topics are still relevant – and in some cases even more urgent – as we look to the coming months and years for healthcare delivery in a post-COVID world. Let's check in on the state of medical technology in the healthcare industry.
The success of connected care begins with improving the quality and reliability of patient data. Something that healthcare and medical service providers of all sizes struggle to maintain, especially now. But as global technology behemoths speak of mobile health records, personal health data exchange and monitoring patient vitals through wearable devices, a healthy dose of reality resonates among the people charged with making it happen in the patient care environment. It must begin with improving the accuracy of patient data management.
Therefore, technology goals, such as accurate patient information, linked patient records, interoperability and cybersecurity continue to be at the forefront of healthcare concerns. The pandemic has only amplified the need for these technologies to become realities for providers and throughout the broader healthcare industry.
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