Small and rural organizations need to start collaborating if they’re going to survive, says Randy McCleese, who talks about how CIOs must evolve to meet the changing needs of today’s health IT landscape.
What lessons can the health IT industry take from the Meaningful Use measures when developing an interoperability framework? Focus on the complete care picture and not just technical aspects, says Tim Zoph.
A year after KLAS held its initial Cornerstone Summit, what has been accomplished? Quite a bit, says Tim Zoph, who shares learnings from the initial interoperability survey and discusses what needs to happen next.
When it comes to efforts to facilitate widespread data exchange, is the industry bleeding, or are we reaching a point where we can simply allow for healing? Bob Cash of KLAS explores this big question.
Chuck Christian speaks candidly about why “the jury is still out” on FHIR, the toughest component of interoperability, and why he decided to leave the CIO role.