The problems with consumerism and engagement don’t stem from a lack of viable solutions, but rather a lack of leaders who have the vision and confidence to leverage those tools, says Paul Roemer.
As clinicians become more tech-savvy and administrators develop a better understanding of technology’s impact, a partnership is taking shape that CIO Matthew Kull hopes will result in improved outcomes.
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.
It isn’t just the CIO who should be the driving force of digital transformation, says Brian Thomas, who believes it “has many motivations, and is the responsibility of many people,” from top to bottom.
The best way to keep a team motivated? Provide a working environment that meets their needs, communicate often, and make sure they understand the tremendous impact IT has on patient care, says CIO Liz Johnson.