Healthcare IT News July 21, 2021
Bill Siwicki

In advance of his HIMSS21 session, a senior manager explains how the health system conducted 1.38 million ambulatory visits in 2020.

As more health systems begin to build out their virtual care portfolios, they’re quickly finding that integrating with their EHR is an essential piece to providing an experience that delights patients and doesn’t disrupt care providers.

Many health systems are considering expanding their virtual care programs, and many are considering integrating their current platforms with their EHRs.

In his upcoming HIMSS21 educational session entitled “Virtual Care Technical Strategy in a Pandemic,” Michael Carter, senior manager at Mass General Brigham, who has worked closely with health systems around the world, advising on virtual care strategies, program development and technology delivery,...

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