The eighth annual Health IT Leadership Summit was held last week, November 7 at the Crowne Ravinia in Atlanta, Georgia. Themed The Future of Healthcare, experts convened to consider such subjects as the shift to value-based care, the potential impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and bridging people and technology within public health and population health.
Andy Miller of Georgia Health News recaps the event, focusing on the evolution of patient data, how it is utilized and secured, and its implications for the future of healthcare:
“The digital revolution has swept over health care, as wearable devices, electronic medical records and other computerized innovations have become pervasive.
Yet some frustrating connection problems and other technical hiccups have often thwarted the potential payoff of these breakthroughs, with improvements in the quality of care not always as dramatic as one would hope.”
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