If the mark of a great leader is being willing to stay true to your vision – no matter how tempting it might be too veer off course – than there was none greater than George Washington, says Kate Gamble.
All of the effort invested into getting data where it needs to be won’t yield much of a return if the processes aren’t where they need to be, says Chuck Christian, reflecting on the concept of interoperability.
Although remote monitoring has been shown to improve outcomes, it remains a tough sell to many providers, says John Halamka, who breaks down some recent findings on this complex issue.
Events like HIMSS are a great opportunity for networking, education, and sharing best practices. But more importantly, it’s a reminder of “why our work matters and how much more work we need to do,” says Sue Schade.
The answer to the problem we’re struggling with is often the one we dismissed right off the bat, says Anthony Guerra, who believes the key to successful decision-making is in testing every assumption.