How much of an impact can Generative AI have – if leveraged properly, and if all the necessary pieces are in place? Quite a bit, according to Michael Hasselberg. “This is the first time in my career thus far that I’m hopeful that technology will actually make the lives of our clinicians better.” In a recent interview, he explained why, and talked about the innovative work being done at URMC.
What do CIOs, Chief Digital Officers, and other leaders really want to get out of conversations with vendors? Hint: it doesn’t involve claims to “make healthcare better,” according to our experts. Instead, involves asking questions, listening, and working to develop real relationships.
Is there a more effective way for healthcare leaders to gain “a broader understanding of what others are working on and solving for than spending a few days ingesting information and building relationships at a conference?” Tarun Kapoor doesn’t think so. In this piece, we share perspectives from a handful of leaders on why live events have made a comeback.
Building and maintaining a solid network isn’t just important – it can be “worth its weight in gold,” said Brian Sterud, CIO and CISO at Faith Regional Health Services. In this interview, he talked about why participating in policy conversations is so important, the unique challenges faced by small and rural organizations, and his advice for ViVE attendees.
One of the keys to meeting Penn Medicine’s core objectives – improving efficiency, reducing clinical burden, and delivering a better patient experience – is in establishing partnerships, said Anna Schoenbaum, VP of Applications and Digital Health. The other? Having “strong governance and engagement. That’s part of our DNA.”