In recognition of the innovative efforts she is leading at Yale New Haven Health, CIO Lisa Stump is one of seven inaugural recipients of HIMSS’ Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.
If health IT executives want their organizations to stay relevant, they need to find the point of integration between collaborating with core vendors and innovating with startups, says Lisa Stump.
When it comes to areas like predictive analytics and security, the traditional health IT skills are no longer going to suffice, says Lisa Stump, who believes CIOs need to think out of the box.
When you’re a planning a complex implementation – such as going big bang with Epic’s Beaker across three hospitals – you better make sure you have “boots on the ground” support, says CIO Lisa Stump.
Using feedback to improve the IT rounding program
Learning crisis management as a naval officer
Going from biomed to IT
“It’s not about bits and bytes; it’s about working to create solutions to problems”
Dealing with the challenges of an academic environment
Making the move from VA to CT
“I wouldn’t trade it for the world”