The difference between what population health management software can do and what’s being advertised is significant, says David Bensema, who makes a case for “open communication and mutual accountability.”
The unemployment rate may be low, but the demand for top health IT leaders is as high as ever, says Judy Kirby, who offers advice on how to attract the best and brightest in healthcare and cybersecurity.
As IT organizations are continually expected to do more with less, agility and automation will emerge as key priorities, says CIO David Chou, who outlines the areas that CIOs should focus on in the coming year.
The only way for organizations to survive in these tumultuous times is to be constantly evolving – even if it means taking some risks, says Anthony Guerra.
Healthcare IT leaders may differ in their titles, roles and areas of influence, but there’s a common thread when it comes to what makes them successful, says Adam Gale of KLAS.