Healthcare IT News January 26, 2022
Bill Siwicki

Dr. Shawn P. Griffin previews his upcoming HIMSS22 session on telemedicine, remote patient monitoring, mental health and the government.

Telehealth and remote patient monitoring have proven themselves to be not only convenient but necessary tools for patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

URAC is an independent, nonprofit accreditation organization – and one of the most influential telehealth accreditors in the world. Dr. Shawn P. Griffin is the first physician to serve as president and CEO of URAC.

During his March HIMSS22 educational session, “The Future of Digital Health: Ensuring Access to Care,” Griffin will highlight technologies he has seen that demonstrate how traditional healthcare organizations and disruptors are using these platforms to improve issues including access to care, mental and behavioral...

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