Healthcare IT Today May 16, 2022
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The following is a guest article by Bryan Schnepf, Vice President of Marketing at Caregility.

“Meaningful use” punctuated nearly every conference a decade ago in the health tech space. Everyone was focused on adoption, but also the integration of EHR technology into the care delivery workflows. Similar in spirit to the early days of Meaningful Use, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) annual conference held earlier this month in Boston had familiar echoes to that conversation – this time about the meaningful use of telehealth technology in care delivery.

The pandemic undoubtably accelerated adoption of telehealth and telemedicine solutions, but also catalyzed innovation in the space. Telehealth has become top of mind for providers and investors alike, as well as patients...

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