With COVID-19 speeding up automation processes in health care, IT professionals are being tasked with discovering the most efficient and cost-effective ways to help physicians provide convenient care to patients.

As medical professionals are adjusting to the new normal of virtual health, IT is leading the way to speed up utilization and address the opportunities and challenges that come with advanced AI. Although telemedicine was once viewed as an add-on service, the current pandemic has made effective virtual care a vital component for all health care practices and is here to stay.

In this webinar, Ed Nelson, COO of HiMS, will help participants navigate the best practices for AI implementation, updates and management. Attendees will leave the discussion with a deeper understanding of:

  1. The need for AI-driven interoperability between systems
  2. How effective IT can maximize dwindling provider availability and a growing patient population
  3. How effective IT can maximize dwindling provider availability and a growing patient population

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