By Sarah C. Threnhauser

We’ve written much about how technology is remaking health and human services in consumer appointments, billing, evidence-based practices, and other respects (see The Urgent Care Opportunity, Does Your ‘Online Presence’ Have The Elements It Needs?, and Are There Evidence-Informed Tech Practices For Community Support Services?). But keeping up with so many potentially revolutionary tech trends — big data, cloud computing, mobile apps, blockchain, the Internet of Things, to name a few — is an increasingly challenging proposition. How can you tell what’s legitimate, and what’s sci-fi-style speculation? [caption id="" align="alignright" width="100"] Craig Rhinehart[/caption] One such development in the health and human service…
Content Restricted

This article is reserved for members with an active membership. Please register for a Free Membership to view this resource.

Login to access The OPEN MINDS Circle Library. Not a member? Create your free account now!