News Day – Why isn't Big Tech Fixing Healthcare?

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News Day – Why isn't Big Tech Fixing Healthcare?

September 29, 2020

News Day – Why isn't Big Tech Fixing Healthcare?

September 29, 2020: Cyber threats, ransomware, the addictive nature of Facebook and the biggest tech retail disrupters in healthcare. Why isn’t big tech just swooping in and changing the industry? What makes the Microsoft healthcare plate different from Amazon or Google or even Apple? How will healthcare delivery change over the next 10 years? Is it all still local and will it remain that way? Or are you ready to go into other States to offer services? Is your strategy thought out before you advocate to bring down some of those barriers? Also can patients be trusted with their health data? Can they understand it? Will they use it correctly? Is there a support system that comes with it? 

Key Points:

  • Microsoft will continue to do well in healthcare because they are on the side of healthcare providers [00:06:05] 
  • We Chat is fast becoming the number one online healthcare destination in China [00:07:35] 
  • To become consumer centric, what will enable and empower the patient? [00:12:30] 
  • Only 44% of healthcare institutions met national cybersecurity standards in 2019 [00:14:20] 
  • Blackbaud Philanthropy Database Security Incident [00:19:20] 
  • Epic was taken offline for precautionary hacking reasons [00:21:35] 
  • Microsoft: Attackers Exploiting ‘ZeroLogon’ Windows Flaw [00:22:45] 
  • Beckers: 10 hospital execs predict the biggest tech retail disruptors to healthcare [00:26:45] 
  • We made Facebook as addictive as cigarettes on purpose [00:33:45] 


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