Matthew Kull, SVP & CIO, Parkland Hospital, Chapter 2

One aspect of a go-live that can’t be overlooked? The volume of last-minute requests that come in, says CIO Matthew Kull, who talks about the keys to change management, what it takes to plan a big project, and how his team is diving deeper with data.

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Want To Build The Hospital Of The Future? Start Here.

Adopting any technology can be intimidating, but moving to the cloud can be especially daunting, says CIO Deanna Wise, who talks about the deliberate approach Dignity has taken in its journey.

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John Showalter, MD, CHIO, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Chapter 2

The most important piece of advice for communicating more effectively with stakeholders? “Tailor your message,” says Dr. John Showalter, who also talks about selling predictive analytics, and how he transitioned from CMIO to CHIO.

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John Showalter, MD, CHIO, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Chapter 1

When it comes to predictive analytics, clinicians have serious concerns, says chief health information officer John Showalter, who discusses how his team is working to assuage them and what success they’ve seen so far.

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Lisa Stump, SVP & Interim CIO, Yale New Haven Health System, Chapter 2

When it comes to areas like predictive analytics and security, the traditional health IT skills are no longer going to suffice, says Lisa Stump, who believes CIOs need to think out of the box.

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