So much has changed since the COVID-19 crisis began. How we shop, learn, travel, and work, have all been disrupted. And here, in the realm of healthcare, there’s hardly a facet of the industry that hasn’t had to adapt in both big and small ways.
For those dealing with health data – how it’s gathered, documented, shared, and interpreted – the pandemic has presented unforeseen challenges, shining a sometimes harsh light on gaps in areas like interoperability, the adaptability of health IT, and patient privacy. And while these issues aren’t new, the need to address them has taken on an unprecedented urgency.
IMO asked a number of industry experts how they see health data management changing in the face of COVID-19. Their answers paint a complicated picture of interrelated issues in the insight brief, From aggregation to analysis: How COVID-19 is changing health data management. Download it now.