For organizations that manage hundreds of thousands of lives, the ability to present “the full story” of each patient – and do it in a way that doesn’t interrupt the care process – is imperative, according to GRIPA’s leaders, who shared their story in a recent webinar.
By taking the time to learn the culture and get to know the people, a CIO is able to build a level of trust that can pay off significantly when crisis hits, said James Wellman in this podcast interview.
Having cloud capabilities has played a critical role as organizations quickly ramp up telemedicine services and communicate more effectively with patients. But without a solid infrastructure and strong leadership, it’s just smoke, according to our panelists.
As the CIO role continues to evolve, so are the expectations from the CEO, says John Kravitz. In this interview, he talks about his goals as CHIME Board Chair, the pillars of success for healthcare IT leaders, and the work being done to combat opioid abuse.
Despite the many benefits it offers, cloud migration hasn’t always been an easy sell, especially with something as complex as IT infrastructure. But perhaps it’s time for a new pitch, according to our expert panelists.