Will Coronavirus Spark the Overdue Platform Revolution in Healthcare?

Compatibility issues still hinder implementations, but need is driving platforms forward

By Edward Anderson, Nora Belcher, and Geoffrey Parker

On March 17, the Trump Administration announced the expansion of telehealth for Medicare patients. The goal is to cope…

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