eHealth has Jumped the Shark

This past May I attended, as I have every year for the past ten years, the annual Canadian eHealth conference. Held for the first time at the new Ottawa Convention Centre, the Canadian eHealth conference is a networking and educational event that attracts health IT decision makers, thought leaders, vendors, and users from across Canada as well as international delegates. As I listened to various presentations and chatted with people about their reactions to the presentations that they attended, I began to wonder whether eHealth as a concept has “jumped the shark” and is on its way to becoming irrelevant.

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Mike

One response to “eHealth has Jumped the Shark

  1. Mike, great article. See my additional post on CanadianEMR supporting your position – http://blog.canadianemr.ca/canadianemr/2013/07/entering-the-last-mile-of-emr-adoption.html

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