Health IT Analytics January 10, 2022
Kelsey Waddill

Healthcare technology and cybersecurity will face new threats in 2022 as technologies and processes spurred on by COVID-19 become more permanent. 

This new year presents a very unique opportunity in the history of healthcare technology and cybersecurity.

“The last two years, while they’ve certainly been tragic and very trying, have also been the precursor that was really necessary to get telehealth off of the sidelines and into the mainstream,” Jake Harper, an associate at Morgan Lewis, said on Healthcare Strategies. 

“As a result of that, this is going to be— knock on wood—the first year where we have some degree of normals in terms of our everyday lives. But at the same time we’ll be living in a time...

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