Should patients be able to access and share their medical records? Of course. But are patients willing to read all the fine print, and qualified to properly vet third parties? That, says Chuck Christian, is the big question.
Though it may seem counterintuitive, mindfulness can actually help organize technology use, reduce distractions, and lower the risk of security breaches, says Mitch Parker – if you follow these guidelines.
Since the very first networks were built – and hacked – the legal system has been playing a game of catch-up and losing, says CIO Dave Lehr, who calls on industry leaders to help end the cycle.
It’s becoming clear that AI has enormous potential – both clinically and economically – but before we go full-speed ahead, there are some big issues that need to be addressed, says Jaime Parent.
The “digital dust” consumers leave behind — such as mobile purchasing habits and step counts — can give providers a much clearer picture of the patient than simply asking questions, says Dr. Joe Kvedar. The problem, once again, is the privacy issue.