As projects are completed in warp speed and providers are pushed out of their comfort zones, it’s becoming critical for health system leaders and vendors to make sure they have tools needed to do the job, according to our panelists.
As health systems are faced with a rapidly aging population, digital health can play a critical role in meeting the demand for care. But there’s a lot to consider beyond just technical capabilities, says Dr. John Halamka.
There are few, if any, healthcare terms that trigger as much confusion and debate as “inpatient,” says CMIO Dirk Stanley, MD, who sheds some light on what it means, how it works, and how it can be misunderstood.
Although it’s undoubtedly frustrating, being passed up for a promotion – or worse, being let go – presents a tremendous professional growth opportunity, as long as you’re willing to ask yourself some questions, says CIO Sheryl Sypek.
When it seems the vendor market hasn’t caught up to the needs of a certain segment – like non-acute care, for example – you can settle for what’s available or take another tactic, says CIO Sheryl Sypek.