You don’t necessarily need a big budget to be able to run analytics; but you do need to be willing to “get creative and figure out how to use existing tools,” says CIO Albert Oriol.
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.”
An organization can create the most advanced system in the world to gather and prioritize IT requests, but it really comes down to two simple questions, says CIO Eric Raffin.
Can implementing an IT University help your organization improve processes, prioritize more effectively, and increase morale? Yes, if designed and operationalized the right way, says Bill Russell.
Although it’s impossible to determine with completely certainty which projects will fail and which will succeed, there are steps leaders can take to increase the chance of success, says Bill Russell.