Becoming a digital organization is about much more than just adding technology to the mix; it’s about “looking at a completely different way of providing care,” said Beth Lindsay-Wood, CIO at Moffitt Cancer Center.
As a cancer organization, one of Moffitt’s key objectives is to provide the best treatment as quickly as possible, says Beth Lindsay-Wood, who talks about how her team is leveraging high-end analytics to accelerate the process and ensure care is personalized.
Before organizations can choose the right oncology or radiology solution, there are some critical questions that need to be addressed, according to Monique Rasband and Lauren Barton, who discuss findings from a recent KLAS report.
For Ed Marx, who recently wrapped up his cancer treatments, being a patient only further advanced his “drive to be part of digital transformation and bring hope,” he writes in the final installment of this blog series.
One of the most powerful qualities a leader can have is empathy, says Cleveland Clinic CIO Ed Marx, who talks about how his cancer journey has increased his capacity to feel and understand.