As patients continue to demand it, physicians become more accepting of it, and the technology becomes more advanced, digital health is edging closer to an inflection point, says Dr. Joe Kvedar, recapping the recent Connected Health Conference.
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.
As optimization becomes a higher priority — and the demand for technology increase — CIOs are being caught in the middle, according to an Impact Advisors report that identified key leadership priorities.
The challenge being issued to healthcare leaders? Starting laying the groundwork for the innovations and disruptions coming this way, says Sue Schade, who shares takeaways from the recent ATLAS recent conference.
The most frustrating thing about young entrepreneurs – an unwillingness to delve into the “complex” healthcare realm – is also the greatest area of opportunity, says CIO Darren Dworkin.