Lisa Morris is an associate principal analyst at Software Advice, covering healthcare tech and business trends. She presented her research on medical wearable devices at the 2022 Sensors Summit and has appeared on the Health Innovation Matters podcast with Logan Plaster. Her work has been featured in publications including Becker’s Hospital Review, Healthcare IT News, and AP News.


Do Personal Health Trackers Belong in the Doctor’s Office? Patients Say Yes.

Oct 24, 2023

Patients who use personal health trackers such as Fitbit want their doctors to take an interest in that data, and even incorporate it into treatment plans.


Software Advice’s 2024 Tech Trends Report: 3 Global Trends for Medical Software Buyers

Oct 23, 2023

Understand what other healthcare organizations are seeing and doing when it comes to medical software purchasing to better inform your own software selection process.


Superfluous Software and Annoying Alerts Are Contributing to Healthcare Burnout

Sep 18, 2023

Using too many different software systems is contributing to burnout among doctors and nurses. Learn how to fight this at your practice.


Patients Want Fast Care from Corporate Practices, but Trust Independent Practices More

Aug 22, 2023

Corporate healthcare is taking over independent practices at a rapid rate, and the speed and convenience these large practices offer is difficult to compete with—but not impossible. Patient preferences give valuable insights into how independent practices can compete.


81% of Providers Say Social Media Is an Effective Marketing Tool, but Only If You Follow These 5 Rules

Jun 13, 2023

Learn how doctors are using social media to engage with patients and market their practices.


86% of Patients Say Snacks in the Waiting Room Make Long Waits Easier

May 2, 2023

We’re comparing research on the patient waiting experience of today against 2020 to learn more about how this part of the healthcare encounter influences the entire journey.


46% of Practices Are Already Using Chatbots To Assess Patient Symptoms, and That Number Is Going To Go Up

Apr 18, 2023

With the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, interest in AI-powered chatbots is booming. But how are these tools applicable to medicine today, and how do doctors think they will develop over the next 10 years?


Morale Improved for 86% of Medical Practices That Went Hybrid

Feb 27, 2023

After a sudden forced transition to remote work in 2020, many healthcare orgs have continued allowing employees to work remotely some or all of the time. Here’s how that’s affecting their business.