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Urgency, Responsibility, Not Digital Health Devices, Will Improve Patient Engagement

We will get to a point in the not-too-distant future where EHRs are a great deal more functional and user friendly, where APIs link most if not all healthcare IT platforms and clinical devices, where personal wearable technology enables remote monitoring of patient condition. These are largely technical challenges with some policy mixed in that... Read More
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