November 23, 2020

Healthcare IT IRL: photos reduce errors, online-safety issues mount

Doctor working with  laptop computer in medical workspace office and medical network media diagram as concept-1With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up. And it may be difficult sometimes to see where the work we and our peers do is applied to help caregivers and patients.

That’s why we’ve hand-selected these recent articles our team agrees are worth a quick read affecting the world of healthcare interoperability.

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