From security breaches to caregiver burnout, there are countless obstacles facing CIOs. But there are also countless opportunities to advance organizations – and care – forward, says David Muntz.
By educating themselves on the trends that are impacting the way business is done, leaders can start creating strategies to help improve key factors like consumer and staff engagement, says Bryan Kirby.
It’s not the technology piece that’s most challenging for CIOs, but the people and process piece, says Daniel Barchi, a presenter at the upcoming CHIME18 Fall Forum. “The more we can share insights with one another, the better off we are.”
Artificial intelligence isn’t going to replace physicians anytime soon. But what it can do is provide diagnostics to help interpret data, says Warren Whitford, reflecting on a discussion during a recent symposium.
Although the appeal of AI for many is its potential to solve big, complex problems in healthcare, leaders should focus instead on how it can tackle more “simple” tasks like easing workflow issues, says Warren Whitford.