By Matt Fisher – Every year brings its own successes and trials, but 2020 brought more than its fair share of trials. The biggest issue that dominated healthcare throughout the year (and will continue to do so into 2021) was COVID-19.Read More
Throughout December we asked our industry experts and thought leaders what they saw in their crystal balls for 2021. And it is day 7 of Kwanzaa, Imani (Faith) a principle that appears most appropriate as we start 2021. Happy New Year!
Our final group of thought leaders bring us insights on 2021 as we will continue to struggle to control and eradicate COVID-19. The continued strain on healthcare communities, medical professionals, healthcare staffing, and resource allocation that the pandemic has brought about may not go away for most of next year.
We continue to reach out to the experts to help us see into the new year. The pandemic’s impact on the financial health of healthcare has to say the least been monumental. What will turn this around in 2021? Technology, investment, consolidations, strategic partnering, and implementing AI say these experts.
Wishing everyone a happy and safe holiday season from all of us at Answers Media Network. Enjoy our annual 12 Days of Christmas posts.
What makes marketing in the health IT space unique? Who are the movers and shakers? What’s working, what’s trending? Where can you learn more? For our December Minutes we have asked our health IT Marketing community to give us thoughts on what health IT marketing might look like in 2021.
As we continue to round up our experts to get their predictions for next year we turn to security. Remote work staffs are adding to another layer of security for healthcare systems and provider facilities.
Although the pandemic did draw back the curtain on yet another reason why this is so essential to the future of healthcare. Compliance of the final information blocking rule has been pushed out but the industry still seems bullish on solutions. Here is what we might see in 2021.
Health IT innovation hasn’t slowed down in over a decade now as health care moves into the digital age. And it doesn’t look like anything will slow down if these industry experts are to believe.