Maintaining a strong leadership presence at a large organization may not be easy, but it’s critical, says Tim Stettheimer, who talks about how he strives to stay “plugged in” and offers tips on how to initiate conversations.
When it comes to interoperability, the flow of data may have started, but a clear path hasn’t been formed, writes Bob Kash of KLAS, who urges vendors and providers to roll up their sleeves and remove the debris.
Critical access hospitals have the deck stacked against them, but those that are able to fully leverage every asset and view IT as a business partner can get out in front, says Mt. San Rafael’s Michael Archuleta.
Your health system’s processes are designed to miss the expectations of at least one out of every three callers — how did this happen and how can it be fixed? Paul Roemer has some thoughts.
Population health isn’t just about exchanging data electronically, says CIO Don Reichert. It’s about leveraging analytics to make better decisions that ultimately keep patients out of the hospital.