The difference between what population health management software can do and what’s being advertised is significant, says David Bensema, who makes a case for “open communication and mutual accountability.”
When interoperability wasn’t baked into Meaningful Use, it left a mess that physicians have had to clean up, says David Bensema, who believes the only way to right the ship is to engage that very group.
The harsh truth is that telemedicine has fallen far short of expectations, says David Bensema. But if it’s marketed more effectively and key changes are implemented, it can still serve a key purpose.
“We don’t get relationships sitting in offices. You have to get out.”
Lessons learned in change management
Biggest surprises about becoming a CIO
Anticipatory staffing — “It’s not a sustainable model.”
Learning project management as an executive medical director
Coming to Baptist in 2001 — “I knew I’d found home.”
Leading EHR selection process as CMIO
Heavy physician representation
“Lean” 175-person Epic team
Frustration with poaching — “It’s keeping that vision in front of myself and helping others see it.”
Epic rollout: “Operationally led, IT supported”
Challenges with clinical summaries
Broadband Internet — “We are struggling as a state.”