JACC Editor’s Page: Technology and the Pandemic

In a recent Editor's Page in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, MACC, reflects on the reliance of technology for personal and professional communication and medical communication during the COVID-19 pandemic. While technology has enabled the medical community to reach a wider variety of audiences, "we cannot allow technology to dehumanize our presentations and interactions," Fuster writes. "I do not perceive technology, certainly in medicine, as something negative that will overtake us. Rather, it is a tool, an instrument or a conduit to achieve a desired communication—either educational or clinical," he adds. Read more.