The days where the CMIO’s primary role was to “keep the natives from growing restless” are done, according to Michael Marino. “You have to be part MBA, part physician, and part technology executive,” he says.
Digital health is no longer the future – it’s the present, says Dr. John Halamka, who talks about a groundbreaking collaboration that focuses on leveraging patient-generated data and aligning incentives for wellness.
As organizations focus more resources on optimization, having leaders who can act as “bridges” between is becoming increasingly important, says Hillary Ross, who discusses trends in health IT leadership.
The key to improving medication adherence isn’t in creating another mobile app, but in taking the time to speak with patients and get to the root of the noncompliance, says Dr. John Halamka.
It’s not just the CIO role that’s evolving, says Hillary Ross of Witt/Kieffer, who discusses key trends in health IT leadership positions, from the emergence of the chief digital officer to the growing prominence of the CISO.