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.
Combatting the opioid epidemic means addressing all aspects of it, including prevention, treatment, and recovery, according to a panel of CIOs who presented at the CHIME Advocacy Summit.
When it comes to topics like the opioid epidemic and physician burnout, even the most disturbing statistics can’t illustrate the impact – and the need for change – as effectively as hearing stories from those who are affected, says Kate Gamble.
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.
Although the appeal of AI for many is its potential to solve big, complex problems in healthcare, leaders should focus instead on how it can tackle more “simple” tasks like easing workflow issues, says Warren Whitford.