For Albert Oriol, effective leadership comes down to four basic steps: setting the right vision, connecting the dots, listening to the team, and removing any obstacles in the way.
Before we talk about how Apple is going to revolutionize healthcare, we need to examine why other tech giants haven’t succeeded, says Dr. Joe Kvedar, who believes it’s going to take more than access to records to improve outcomes.
From digital health’s growing presence to the mega-merger trend, a number of topics seemed to dominate the headlines in 2017, but the underlying theme in all of it was leadership and how the CIO role will be impacted.
Patients and their families shouldn’t have to move mountains and pray for miracles to access medical records or request a referral. But unfortunately, it’s precisely what needs to happen, according to one parent.
When a rollout is complete (or at least, nearing completion), the real work begins, says CNIO Susan Marino, whose team is focused on optimization the EHR so that it helps clinicians “transform their practice.”