Reflecting Back On 2022 – The 25 Most Read Posts & Shares

“Reflective thinking turns experience into insight.”

John C Maxwell
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For my first blog post of 2023, I wanted to review the posts that readers found most interesting and received the most interactions last year. In analyzing the data from 2022, thanks to you, the Talking Healthcare Technology blog had over 160,000 impressions across all social media platforms. Time is a precious commodity. So, a big thank you to everyone who took the time to read, share, and comment on the material I published last year. Your comments, suggestions, and encouragement are greatly appreciated.

These are the twenty-five posts that received the most interactions (links included):

While I’ve focused on the technology that underlies digital health in this blog, it is essential to remember that healthcare is still all about the people. While we rely on technology to ease some of the burdens felt from 2022, focusing on people is essential. Technology is only a tool. Creating further digitization to manage the overall patient engagement experience will help reduce unnecessary friction in gaining access to the doctors and medical care patients need. Enhanced telephony solutions, combined with a more seamless and personalized patient experience, will further engage patients and their families in their care more conveniently and cost-effectively.

As I look forward to 2023, I am even more excited to find topics that highlight the ability of digital health technology to streamline care delivery, improve patient access to needed services, reduce the administrative burden on healthcare providers, lower the cost of providing care, and enabling critical research into developing new care pathways and treatments for patients around the world. I invite you to join me on this journey again this year. If you have suggestions for topics or technologies you want to see covered in more depth, please let me know in the comments section on the blog or via DM. Thanks again for reading!

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