Between having to support thousands of devices and being pressured to move the cloud, a whole lot is being asked of health IT leaders in an environment that’s anything but secure, says Cletis Earle.
Although standardization often has a negative connotation, it can actually help drive optimization and foster innovation across an organization – if done right, says CIO Jim Noga.
While blockchain isn’t quite ready to replace current security technology, it can serve as an additional measure, says CIO David Chou, who explains how the technology can “create trust among parties.”
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.
There’s perhaps no better – or worse – example of unintended consequences than CIOs having to cancel a telemedicine program to devote resources to MU. But thanks to recent legislation, the days of making such difficult decisions may be numbered, says CHIME.