But at the AMIA virtual symposium this week, health IT professionals said they still see the potential of app-based ecosystems.
Experts say that designing technology for everyone and creating customization features for smaller populations are key in making better solutions for seniors.
Clinicians struggle with connectivity, integration and system failures, according to a new report from SOTI.
The report surveyed 2,000 people on their attitudes towards advancing technology in health and social care and contains government recommendations.
The new initiative offers $100 million in network equipment and services for providers offering innovative telehealth and remote care services to low-income patients and veterans.
Despite professing high trust that their personal data is secure, too many Americans of all ages are failing to follow basic cyber hygiene practices, says the National Cyber Security Alliance.
The COVID-19 crisis has led to major leaps forward for telehealth, decision support and more, says Hal Wolf – but big work remains on interoperability, patient ID, social determinants and other building blocks of population health.
Penn Medicine Chief Information Officer Mike Restuccia says strong leadership is needed to capitalize on technology's potential – but people are the real enablers.
Paddy Padmanabhan checks in with HIMSSCast about his and Ed Marx's new book
Mayo Clinic Platform President Dr. John Halamka explains how a new digital health tool can be applied through the "five stages" of the COVID-19 pandemic by enabling on-demand testing, tracking of lab results and proof of vaccine administration.