It’s only natural for individuals to focus on the short term during a pandemic; the CIO’s role is to “step back and think bigger,” says Chris Belmont, who talks about his core objectives at Memorial Hospital at Gulfport, and where the key opportunities exist for opportunity.
The hardest part about leading teams during a pandemic? Trying to maintain a reasonable pace, says Dr. John Halamka. During a recent webinar, he provided an update on Covid-19 testing and vaccines, and addressed the “strange mix of emotions” facing leaders.
With the AI market showing signs of slow but steady maturity, Lois Krotz and Ryan Pretnik of KLAS take a closer look at which organizations are making decisions, what decisions are being made, and why.
With Covid-19 testing volumes and positivity rates going up and down (and back up again), leaders are trying to make sense of the data and find the right strategy to get them trending in the right direction, says CMIO CT Lin.
By fast-tracking digital health solutions, the pandemic has inadvertently forced organizations to “really look at the data,” and make sure it’s actionable, accessible, and sustainable enough to drive the industry forward, said our panelists.