HealthLeaders Media November 30, 2022
Eric Wicklund

A new survey from the Center for Connected Medicine and KLAS Research finds that patient access is still top of mind for most health system leaders, with telehealth, AI and scheduling tools the most popular tools in the toolkit.


– Health system leaders are basing their technology strategy on improving patient access, according to a new survey.

– Telehealth, AI and scheduling tools are the most popular technologies, though each come with their own difficulties.

– The biggest barriers to technology adoption aren’t technical, but human: Patients are reluctant to engage in technology to improve their health, and providers are often reluctant to adapt to change.

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Digital Health, Health System / Hospital, Patient / Consumer, Provider, Survey / Study, Technology, Telehealth, Trends
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