“The foundation of healthcare may remain solid, but many of the walls, floors, windows, and doors that sit on this foundation are rotting and need to be replaced,” said John Halamka and Paul Cerrato, who discuss the need for digital reconstruction.
One of the most common mistakes an IT department can make? Focusing too much on running systems and not enough on supplying the best solution for the business, says CIO Chris Belmont in this podcast interview.
For healthcare IT leaders, it’s not enough just to keep transactional systems working or introduce new digital capabilities if you’re not able to leverage data to make better decisions and achieve insights, says Andy Crowder.
Although the four major AI vendors show potential in healthcare, serious concerns remain, particularly in terms of integration capabilities, customer support, and industry knowledge, according to KLAS.
In the battle against Covid-19, it’s not one approach that will lead to success; but rather, a multifaceted response that focuses both on advances in research – such as network medicine – and advances in digital transformation, according to John Halamka, MD.