From security breaches to caregiver burnout, there are countless obstacles facing CIOs. But there are also countless opportunities to advance organizations – and care – forward, says David Muntz.
Having to sort through and prioritize hundreds of optimization requests can feel like working on a high-speed conveyor belt. But there are ways to slow it down, says Katie Foster, who talks about OhioHealth’s new intake process.
Forget customization. The more closely healthcare organizations align with the vendor’s suggested configuration for common workflows, the better off they’ll be for the future, says Craig Joseph, MD.
One of the best pieces of advice Dana Sellers can offer to CIOs? Focus less on producing reports, and more on how to deliver “true value and insights” that will change the organization.
Before providers think about replacing or rebuilding their EHR, perhaps they should determine whether the current system is being used to its optimum capacity, says Mike Davis.