Although the new administration is still getting its feet wet, a key goal has already been established: reducing the regulatory burden for clinicians, say CHIME’s policy leaders, who talk about the top items on their list.
When the same workflow issues surface again and again, it’s time to stop applying band-aids and get to the root of the problem, says CIO Brian Thomas, who talks about his “structured change management process.”
Connecting with post-acute care facilities is becoming more important, and yet, many hospital leaders are still hesitant, says Glen Mamary, who provides a list of questions leaders can ask before taking that step.
The biggest adjustment for a CIO coming from another industry? The pace of change in healthcare, says Tom Stafford, who talks about his career background, his primary objectives, and why we should be focused on “intraoperability.”
So much of the CNIO role is focused on change management, according to our panelists, who talk about the challenge they face in incorporating change in ways that add value and support workflow.