Healthcare IT Today June 22, 2022
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The following is a guest article by Ed Macosky, Chief Innovation Officer at Boomi, the intelligent connectivity and automation leader.

The COVID-19 pandemic emphasized the importance of being prepared for the worst case scenario. In the healthcare industry, organizations with deeply ingrained cultures of preparedness weathered the crisis better than those that did not have a plan in place. Technology helped these organizations adapt, respond, and move more quickly in the face of the unknown.

Two plus years later, the healthcare industry is still experiencing extraordinary change.

Agility Requires Digital Transformation

It’s now clear that agile organizations that invested in cloud-based, digital technologies were able to pivot when remote care suddenly became the norm. They were able to deliver personalized...

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