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.
Until healthcare develops a tool that can aggregate, monitor, and assess patients’ data on a regular basis, population health and accountable care will remain pipe dreams, says Paul Roemer.
When it comes to cybersecurity threats, no organization stands alone, says CIO Cletis Earle, who believes that the growing number of affiliations makes it critical to share strategies.
If health systems really want to engage patients, they need to offer services when patients want them – not just when the office is open, says Paul Roemer.
The problem with the cloud? It only covers health systems – not patients, says Paul Roemer, who explains the need for a Healthcare Relationship Management Cloud.