Rather than viewing big box retailers as competition, healthcare organizations should explore partnerships that can enable them to provide better technical support while raising IT’s profile, says CIO David Chou.
As organizations start to emerge from Covid-19 and look toward the future, foundational technology and operational excellence will rise to the top of the CIO’s priority list. But data security remains king, says David Chou.
As healthcare IT leaders are forced to reprioritize, initiatives focused on virtual care and improving core infrastructure are moving to the top of the list, while innovation is taking a backseat, according to CIO David Chou.
If healthcare IT leaders aren’t thinking about things like adopting WaaS (Wearables as a Service) and incorporating chatbots in new ways, you’re not properly preparing your organization for the future, says CIO David Chou.
From optimizing remote access solutions to partnering with infectious disease leaders to collect data, there are several ways in which CIOs can help keep the organization on track during a crisis, says David Chou.