The problem with episodic care? “Clinicians are making a judgement about a patient’s health status based on cross-sectional data, which can be misleading.” Fortunately, it’s no longer the only viable option, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato.
The potential for quicker development timelines and IT crowdsourcing are two reasons why low-code software is gaining traction, according to David Chou. But it’s going to require something healthcare IT leaders aren’t always willing to do.
One of the biggest challenges in driving digital transformation is that in many cases, the experience isn’t fluid, says Tony Ambrozie in this podcast. “We’re trying to mesh different systems and different products together in a way that we wouldn’t do elsewhere.”
The ability to provide real-time monitoring of consumers in their home environments can go a long way toward improving healthcare access and quality – as long as the right pieces are in place, according to a KLAS report.
When it comes to telehealth is that the industry has grown by “leaps and bounds” since early 2020. But if the momentum is to continue, there’s still a lot of “critical work” that needs to be done, according to Joseph Kvedar, MD.