Michael Elley weighs the pros and cons of being at both large and small organizations, how the CIO role has evolved in the past decade, and why it’s not realistic to create 5-year plans in today’s world.
One of the many lessons OhioHealth has learned by collaborating with other industries? The more flexibility and power organizations give consumers, the better relationship will be, says Michael Elley.
The factor that plays the biggest role in determining a project’s success? Having a staff that’s invested and engaged, says Michael Elley. The best way to ensure that? By having both operations and IT take the lead.
Migrating to Cerner
Using analytics to ensure operational efficiency
Plans to join MHIO & the BJC Collaborative
Role as VP of support services
From IT director to strategic leader
“Righting the ship” at Cox Branson
Mentoring — creating opportunities for “open, candid dialogue”
Super-users & key stakeholders
Resource planning with McKesson’s BI tools
T-System’s Care Continuity solution
From 11.5% readmissions to 7.8% in 2 months — “It’s already had a profound effect on our organization.”
Attesting to MU using the ED-only method