No matter which vendor an organization chooses, being able to reach out to existing customers is important. But when that vendor happens to be Epic, it’s more than important – it’s vital, says CIO Mike Mistretta.
The key tenet of innovation? Quantifiable outcomes, says Karen Murphy, who talks about how Geisinger is thinking outside the box to improve outcomes for patients with diabetes, and curb opioid abuse.
It’s no longer enough simply to measure data, says Adam Gale. Now, KLAS is taking a more proactive approach by working with vendors to step up their game and “change the market in a healthy way.”
As the healthcare environment becomes increasingly unpredictable, it’s critical that organizations move from an adaptive strategy to a shaping strategy, says Mitch Parker, who explains how that can happen.
In today’s healthcare environment, the mindset can’t be ‘what have you done for me lately,’ but rather, ‘what are you doing for patients now, and in the future.’ And that was precisely the theme at last week’s NY miniHIMSS.