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Healthcare IT Modernization in the Next 5 Years

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated a decade’s worth of technology adoption to occur in just a few short months. Whether delivering new patient services; enabling a remote workforce; implementing self-service triage tools; or setting up testing centers and vaccination sites in offices, gymnasiums, and parking lots, healthcare IT had to adapt quickly.

Many solutions demonstrated the value of creating a cloud strategy and robust digital infrastructures, which equipped healthcare systems with the platforms necessary to move quickly and securely. Healthcare providers succeeded not only in responding to the pandemic but in actually improving the way they deliver care, getting closer to and better addressing their patients’ needs.

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