We have to be careful when we accuse vendors (or any organization, for that matter) of data blocking, says Chuck Christian, who believes it’s much more complicated than just refusing to cooperate.
Good leaders know that taking care of patients is the number one priority, but great leaders know that it’s just as important to make sure family members are being cared for, says Kate Gamble.
When it comes to value-based care, the one thing the industry can’t do is manage to the lowest common denominator, says CIO J.D. Whitlock, otherwise we’ll never move forward.
One way in which CIOs can attain the ultimate goal of providing IT solutions that are scalable, sustainable and cost-effective? By choosing partners – not vendors, says David Reis.
One of the most important things Chuck Christian has learned from speaking with physicians? “If you can present data in a manner and process that fits into their workflow, they’re more apt to use it.”