The CIO isn’t going away anytime soon; but it is transforming, according to Ed Kopetsky. “We’re not just computer geeks; we’re on the front line changing the way healthcare is delivered and the way the business is run,” he said in a recent interview.
Although the human brain has its limitations, it is capable of detecting subtle relationships among risk factors, behaviors, and disease, according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform. When used in combination with data science and AI, “there’s no limit to what we can accomplish.”
For Mission Health Communities, migrating to cloud-based CPM software helped standardize and streamline operations across finance and accounting departments, according to Gino L’Altrella.
Although technology has made huge strides since data sharing initiatives were first launched, unanswered questions still remain – particularly around people and processes, said our panelists during a recent webinar.
By combining the right data with the right models, social determinants of health are a powerful asset in predictive models of health, outcomes, and potential health disparities, according to researchers from Mayo Clinic Platform and Change Healthcare.