One of the biggest challenges in creating a strong data governance program? Making sure the team is receptive and the organization is positioned well for change, says CIO Tressa Springmann.
Building an effective population health management program is like building a house — without the right foundation and pillars, it won’t stand up, says Renee Broadbent, who will share some of the lessons her organization has learned and explain how others can apply them.
You don’t necessarily need a big budget to be able to run analytics; but you do need to be willing to “get creative and figure out how to use existing tools,” says CIO Albert Oriol.
The biggest mistake health IT leaders are making with vendors? Failing to continually reassess contracts and look for savings, says Brian Thomas, who talks about the need for true partnerships.
The realignment of incentives has enabled the industry to stop focusing on episodic care and start looking at patient care in a much more holistic way, and that’s a huge step forward, says Tina Esposito.