The last year and a half has been extremely humbling in many ways. Our industry has been rocked with unpredictability, forcing organizations to completely shift the way they operate. Initially, the shift from in-person to virtual events was likely an afterthought for most – accepted and put on the backburner. But now more than a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, I believe most would agree that those face-to-face connections held a higher level of importance than we may have thought… and thankfully, in-person events are slowly, and safely resurfacing.
Last month, I was pleased to join my colleague Les Jordan at HIMSS21, where we hosted a live episode of Healthcare APPtitude. In this episode, we were joined by special guest Christel Anderson, VP of Informatics of HIMSS, for a discussion on the importance of mobile app technology in healthcare, and the role that nurses play in the innovation of this technology. You don’t want to miss this episode – be sure to tune in today!
As always, you can catch the latest radio show episode of Healthcare APPtitude, airing weekdays at 7:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. ET on HealthcareNOW Radio.
About the Author
Bruce Kennedy is Vice President of Marketing, Public Relations and Customer Success at MobileSmith Health. A healthcare marketing strategist with more than 20 years’ experience in multiple care delivery environments, including surgical patient safety and quality and digital hospital product development, Kennedy leads MobileSmith Health’s expansion of new and existing hospital client and project growth as well as oversees client success operations and client application utilization.