Innovative tools can be leveraged to transform care delivery and improve outcomes – if the right structure is put in place, says Cynthia Davis, who talks about the work being done at Methodist.
Sometimes innovation doesn’t have to involve machine learning, Hadoop, or any other buzzwords, says CIO Jake Dorst, who believes the focus should be on solving problems in a practical way.
With a growing aging population, it’s becoming increasingly critical to leverage innovative technologies that can more effectively predict longevity and address the unique challenges these patients face, says Dr. Joe Kvedar.
With more care happening outside of the hospital – and even the physician office – it’s become critical for CIOs to understand the barriers facing patients and harness technologies to meet their needs, says Carla Smith.
Talking about the lack of diversity in health IT leadership is important, but what’s even more critical is doing something about it, says Cletis Earle, who discusses his work with CHIME’s diversity initiative.