At times, it seems that healthcare is stuck in a time warp. At many hospitals, you’ll see doctors still using faxes while administrators input data into giant, blocky computers running on Windows XP.
This is puzzling. After all, technology is quite advanced: we can store documents on the cloud, link together networks of smart devices, or even use algorithms to gather and analyze massive reams of data. So why do healthcare facilities look like they’re trapped in the 1990s?