Cognitive computing isn’t just another buzzword. It’s a concept that can improve outcomes and increase efficiency – if the right ecosystem is in place, says Omid Shabestari, MD, Director of Health Analytics at Carilion Clinic.
As healthcare organizations face mounting pressures, it’s not enough to merely pledge to do better. Leaders need to do walk the walk, whether it means improving processes, creating efficiencies, or focusing more on professional development.
As imaging emerges from the confines of radiology and cardiology and becomes part of a larger strategy, what does this mean for healthcare IT leaders? Experts Joseph Marion, Brandon Taggart and Chris Magyar shared their thoughts in a recent panel discussion.
For rural healthcare leaders, having to wear multiple hats is one of the biggest challenges. It’s also, however, one of the key benefits when it comes to professional development, says Kate Pierce.
As organizations drive toward digital transformation, the need for robust enterprise resource planning capabilities will only increase, says CIO David Chou, who offers a look at this changing market.