The most frustrating thing about young entrepreneurs – an unwillingness to delve into the “complex” healthcare realm – is also the greatest area of opportunity, says CIO Darren Dworkin.
Whether it’s creating a national patient identifier, or developing a global language around innovation, the key to driving change in healthcare is in standardization, says CIO Marc Probst.
CHIME has named three influential leaders and health IT “champions” to its Board of Trustees, while also announcing the officers who will serve in 2020, including John Kravitz of Geisinger.
The moment everything changed? When the industry started to reap the benefits of years of hard work and shift its strategic thinking to optimization, says Carla Smith.
One of the best pieces of advice Dana Sellers can offer to CIOs? Focus less on producing reports, and more on how to deliver “true value and insights” that will change the organization.