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.
If leaders only address the technology component – or the human component – without successfully marrying the two, patient matching will remain a pipe dream, according to CIOs Michael Martz and Albert Oriol.
Requests that come to IT late in the game can be extremely frustrating. But if managed correctly, they can be a “golden opportunity” for increased understanding and more productive relationships, says CIO Nicholas Szymanski.
“The work we do in public policy is so important, because we can drive substantial change,” says CIO Theresa Meadows, who talks about the value of advocacy, the biggest challenges in cybersecurity, and why Meaningful Use was a game-changer.
“There is no end to what we can accomplish if we keep our minds open and curious learning from one another,” says Sue Schade, who shares lessons learned from the go-live preparation at University of Vermont Health Network.