Progress, Change, Future (comment)


Healthcare Informatics Resources. (2012, January) Progress, Change, Future (Blog Post) Retrieved from
I’m currently working towards a degree with Health Care IT. I find it interesting that it’s such a growing field and that each generation learns from the one before it. Just recently when I was at the hospital they were just getting their new system for medical records. Even though technology in health care has been around for a long time, every day new ideas are being invented and health care is becoming more advanced. “The healthcare informatics field of study will be fundamental to bridging the gap between Information Technology Departments, Administration, clinical staff, physicians, vendors, and end-users.” (2012)

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4 Responses to “Progress, Change, Future (comment)”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I agree that it is interesting that each generation is a teacher for the next without realizing it. They need to be able to work together and pass on the information of each learning experience that one may have had in their job.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    It’s crazy how much technology is still going to continue to grow. Surgeries are going to become easier and recovery will be faster. There is probably going to be less equipment used in these processes too, I would assume. Do you guys think that this could cut down the cost of people staying multiple days in the hospital, and/or less use of machines/equipment? Technology is not going to stop being discovered, which is a wonderful thing, in my opinion!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I agree that it is amazing how quickly IT in healthcare is advancing. I believe that this is a key, into reducing healthcare costs in the future.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    In response, This will be a great tool for medical professionals to use.  The information will be there when they need it.  I will be glad when everyone’s personal health record is online.  It will make all aspects of health care providers and administration jobs easier.

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