One of the biggest challenges in driving digital transformation is that in many cases, the experience isn’t fluid, says Tony Ambrozie in this podcast. “We’re trying to mesh different systems and different products together in a way that we wouldn’t do elsewhere.”
One of the most important components in building a solid digital transformation strategy is to ditch the idea of ‘perfect,’ and instead adopt an agile model that can incorporate change, says Tony Ambrozie, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Baptist Health.
One of the most common mistakes an IT department can make? Focusing too much on running systems and not enough on supplying the best solution for the business, says CIO Chris Belmont in this podcast interview.
For healthcare IT leaders, it’s not enough just to keep transactional systems working or introduce new digital capabilities if you’re not able to leverage data to make better decisions and achieve insights, says Andy Crowder.
One of the most important qualities in leaders? The ability to “put yourself in the shoes of end users to understand the best way to deliver and support IT systems,” says Ron McKinnon, CIO at Central Maine Healthcare.