When an IT organization was in need of an anchor to provide stability during turbulent times and a new direction, four words ended up making a critical difference, says David Muntz, recalling an experience from his CIO days.
Because radical collaboration is far more intentional, far more affecting than the agreement to simply work together, it can have a significant impact in the healthcare environment, says David Muntz.
Our definitions of terms like “interoperability” and “CIO” are constantly evolving, both in terms of content and context, says David Muntz, who talks about the importance of communication in health IT.
We have the pieces necessary to achieve interoperability, but they must be placed strategically and tactically if we’re going to achieve the desired result, says David Muntz.
As chair of the CHIME Advocacy Leadership Team, David Muntz is as plugged into the Meaningful Use saga as any non-government employee can be. And to hear him tell it, the interim final definition of MU needs to be significantly tempered if the majority of healthcare organizations are to have the slightest shot at qualifying […]