During the many interviews we’ve conducted this past year, a number of topics have risen to the surface, but perhaps none more so than digital health. Whether it’s having the right infrastructure in place, implementing the tools to enable it, or appointing the right leaders, digital was king in 2018, and will most likely retain the title in the New Year.
But it wasn’t the only area CIOs and other leaders focused on. As has been the case for the past several years, clinical transformation was a big topic of interest, as well as navigating mergers, leveraging IT to prevent opioid abuse, the challenges and opportunities facing women in leadership roles, and the qualities needed to lead during tumultuous times.
Below is a list of the interviews that garnered the most views in 2018:
- Mike Mistretta, CIO, Virginia Hospital Center
- Angela Yochem, Chief Digital and Technology Officer, and Lety Nettles, CIO, Novant Healtg
- A Playbook for Transformation: How Two Organizations Achieved ‘True’ ROI
- David Reis, PhD, EVP & CIO, Hackensack Meridian Health
- Beyond Prescriptions: How Organizations Are Tackling All Aspects of Opioid Abuse
- Rasu Shrestha, MD, Chief Innovation Officer, UPMC & EVP, UPMC Enterprises
- J.D. Whitlock, CIO, Dayton Children’s Hospital
- Champion of Change: Why Chief Digital Officers Will Become Essential
- Health IT Influencers: Encore Co-founder & Former CEO Dana Sellers
- Julie Bonello, CIO, Rush Health
- Jennifer D’Angelo, CIO, New Bridge Medical Center
- Dan Nash, CIO, Citrus Valley Health Partners
- Tressa Springmann, VP & CIO, LifeBridge Health
- Gary Light, CIO, Memorial Hospital & Health Care Center
- It’s Not Just IT: Geisinger’s Holistic Approach to Pain Management
- The Ripple Effect of Consolidation: Q&A with Donna Padilla and Paul Bohne
- Women in HIT Leadership (Featuring CIOs Julie Bonello, Sarah Richardson & Tressa Springmann)
- Heather Nelson, VP & CIO, University of Chicago Medicine
- Nancy Yates, CNIO, Providence St. Joseph Health
- Chuck Christian, VP of Technology & Engagement, Indiana HIE
As always, we’re extremely grateful for those who are willing to lend their time and insights, and we look forward to many compelling conversations in 2019.
Happy New Year!