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As every sector of the global economy and nearly every facet of modern society undergo digital transformation, ITIF advocates for policies that spur not just the development of IT innovations, but more importantly their adoption and use throughout the economy. That includes use of IT to drive health care innovation, lower costs, and improve the quality of care.
Publications and Events
January 12, 2023|Blogs
Unless Congress Acts, Telehealth Progress During Covid Will Be Lost
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, federal policymakers enacted a series of legislative and regulatory measures to expand access to telehealth services. Congress recently extended many of these changes for two years in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023 (H.R. 2617). However, policymakers should permanently extend these temporary measures to ensure that medical providers can continue to offer care to patients remotely after the extension ends.
December 5, 2022|Reports & Briefings
Click Here for Adderall: Fixing Telehealth Advertising and Services To Prevent Stimulant Misuse
Policymakers should both make permanent many of the COVID-19 era policies that allow medical providers to see patients remotely and enact provisions allowing for the practice of telemedicine over state lines. However, policymakers should also take further steps to ensure that telehealth providers offer and abide by the same standard of care as in-person treatment.
September 16, 2022|Presentations
Innovations and the Future of Healthcare
Stephen Ezell will be speaking at the James Madison Institute’s Florida Tech & Innovation 2022 Summit in Coral Gables, Florida on a panel discussing “Innovations and the Future of Healthcare.”
December 20, 2021|Op-Eds & Commentary, Blogs
Nursing Homes Implementing Telehealth Technologies Reported Reduced Strain, Improved Safety, and Increased Convenience
University researchers compiled qualitative data from interviews with 21 nursing home administrators and clinicians across 16 facilities and found that care providers reported a number of improved outcomes.
February 12, 2021|Presentations
Usage of Digital Technologies for Healthy Aging in COVID-19
Stephen Ezell presented to the UN Commission on Social Development on Lessons Learned from the Use of Digital Technologies to Promote Healthy Aging in the Era of COVID-19.
February 4, 2021|Events
How Can Europe Enhance the Benefits of AI-Enabled Health Care?
ITIF's Center for Data Innovation hosted a discussion about what the healthcare sector needs to create a positive impact and increase innovation using AI.
February 4, 2021|Testimonies & Filings
Comments to the European Commission on Health Data Spaces
The Center for Data Innovation welcomes the goals of the EHDS initiative and agrees that adopting measures to enable better data exchange will facilitate artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled healthcare applications in the EU and allow firms to pursue economies of scale across EU markets.
January 4, 2021|Reports & Briefings
The Year Ahead: Twenty-Four Ways Congress and the Biden Administration Can Advance Good Tech Policy in 2021
If Washington wants to show voters that government is doing something more than simply saying no or being ideologically dug in, then lawmakers and the administration should work to advance a set of actionable technology policy measures that would grow the U.S. economy.
June 15, 2020|Podcasts
Podcast: Accelerating the Digital Transformation of Healthcare, With Pat Combes
People have been working on digital transformation of health care for decades, but the COVID pandemic has added urgency to the challenge. This is creating a window of opportunity to reinvent how the health care system works.
May 26, 2020|Reports & Briefings
Building a Global Framework for Digital Health Services in the Era of COVID-19
Health data and digital technologies will be essential for improving global health outcomes beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. Low- and middle-income nations, with fledgling digital health strategies and many barriers to overcome, stand to benefit the most.