One of the most common – and costly – mistakes health systems are making? Pursing an analytics solution without first laying out the strategic roadmap for a supportive ecosystem of people, process and governance, says Rich Pollack.
Rather than just seeking internal opinions, organizations embarking on a major system change should look to different sources, says Sue Schade, who touts the benefits of external advisory committees.
Digital health isn’t just another initiative to tackle; it’s a strategy that can help organizations “reimagine” the patient experience, while adding another dimension to the CIO role, say Jamie Nelson and Tim Zoph.
As the CIO role continues to evolve, one of the most important aspects has become the ability to express the return on capital investments, says Jim Noga of Partners HealthCare.
From staff development to building an identity architecture to having realistic expectations, there are several key factors to consider before moving to the cloud, says Bill Russell.