The more quickly we can sort through data to identify cancers and determine optimal treatment pathways, the better care we can deliver, says CIO Andy Corts, who discusses how his team is carrying out Sarah Cannon’s mission.
With a large organization like Sarah Cannon, the challenge isn’t getting data, but rather, getting it in an unstructured way that enables caregivers to access information when they need it, says CIO Andy Corts.
What made John Halamka want to move on from the CIO role? An opportunity to share the many lessons learned during his career, mentor the next generation, and help separate hype from reality.
Building solid partnerships with physician leaders takes more than simply engaging with them. It’s creating advisory committee where they can engage with business and technology leaders to help guide decision-making, says Stephanie Lahr.
For David Muntz, the most rewarding part of being at CHIME-HIMSS was “the meaningful conversation,” whether it took place at presentations, on the exhibit floor, at social events, or in the hallway.