Software development platforms can help reduce the cost of extending healthcare IT capabilities while dramatically improving flexibility and efficiency – if democratized the right way, says Mike Davis of KLAS.
Because true innovation requires a multifaceted approach, the upcoming CHIME-HIMSS CIO Forum will feature a variety of speakers, including the CEO of the nation’s most influential physician organization, an Olympian, and three highly respected health IT leaders.
Artificial intelligence is not going to replace “highly trained clinicians who use their intuition and insight to make decisions,” but it can show them something they have missed, says Nader Mherabi, CIO at NYU Langone Health.
Cognitive computing isn’t just another buzzword. It’s a concept that can improve outcomes and increase efficiency – if the right ecosystem is in place, says Omid Shabestari, MD, Director of Health Analytics at Carilion Clinic.
Neither healthcare organizations nor vendors can – or should – do all the heavy lifting when it comes to successfully adopting and implementing AI technologies, according to Lois Krotz, who shares best practices from a recent KLAS report.