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Technology Adoption in Your Organization: Best Practices and Tips from Industry Experts

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 | 1 p.m. central

We all know the importance of keeping up with new tech advancements in EMS/NEMT, but how do you know what technology to adopt and when? When considering new technology, how do you ensure that technology will scale 5, 10 years down the line? What are the best practices for team alignment and process adoption? What technology trends are we seeing in the healthcare industry at large? How has COVID-19 impacted these trends?

The Patient’s Journey, a VectorCare-produced podcast, has interviewed over a dozen top healthcare industry executives, futurists, providers, and more on the top technology trends and adoption advice for healthcare organizations. On this webinar, we’ll share our expert’s tips for vetting and adopting new technologies in your organization.

Join the webinar to hear about:

  • Emerging technology trends in the healthcare industry and their impact on EMS/NEMT
  • How COVID-19 has impacted these trends
  • Best practices for tech adoption
  • How to best evaluate new technology
  • and more…

Please complete this instant survey. You will see instant feedback about how you compare with your peers, and the results will be used to help guide this presentation. https://pinnacle-ems.com/fitch-facts-community-survey-technology-adoption-in-your-organization-best-practices-and-tips-from-industry-experts/

Sponsored By:

The Pinnacle Webinar Series is produced in cooperation with Pinnacle Premier Media Partner EMS1.
Ninth Brain is Fitch & Associates’ Education Partner and Host of this webinar.

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