Having a solid understanding of hospital operations can help CIOs “understand what you’re constituents are trying to do” and help guide them in the right direction, says Jamie Nelson.
When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s no such thing as being over-prepared, says CIO Jamie Nelson, who also discusses how she works to foster a culture of innovation at Hospital for Special Surgery.
The most important piece of advice CIO Jamie Nelson has for those planning a major implementation? Add more staff than you think might be needed, because the appetite for information will only grow.
From acute care to surgery hospital
Missing the “intensity and excitement” of NYC
Lessons learned from consulting
CIO’s new role — “Marrying together IT & hospital strategy”
Reflecting on the days of block scheduling
Choosing healthcare — “A light bulb went off”
Upgrading without slowing down docs
Technical infrastructure — “The frosting on a layer cake”
Allscripts on the iPad
Mobile device requests — “You can’t just say no.”
HSS’ 5-tier strategic roadmap
Big data plans
Prioritizing projects in and out of silos