One of the core competencies in today’s CIO isn’t being an expert in everything, but rather in being smart enough to surround yourself with experts, says Adam Buckley.
Being the new leader is all about adopting and adapting, says Cletis Earle, who talks about the approach he took when he joined Kaleida, and what it’s like to navigate a period of “rapid growth.”
In the first of a two-part series, Glenn Mamary discusses what’s driving hospitals to integrate their information systems with post-acute care facilities, and how it can improve patient care.
Wearables offer enormous potential for improving outcomes, but obstacles exist that can prevent the critical step of integration with the EHR, says CIO Brian Thomas.
If organizations want to reap the benefits of digitized records, they need to start with a solid data architecture and strategy, says Joel Vengco, who talks about his team’s efforts at Baystate Health.