If healthcare is to move forward, leaders need to accept that what has been historically built is no longer what’s going to serve consumers, says Craig Richardville.
An organization can spend all the money on all the right tools, and it still might not be recognized as Most Wired, says Drex DeFord, who talks about the revamped process. “It’s not about buying things; it’s about doing things well.”
For most organizations, Y2K was a “non-event.” But for Carolinas HealthCare, it helped lay the foundation for clinical transformation, says former CIO Craig Richardville, who reflects on 20 years with the organization.
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.
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.