With so many pressing priorities, it may seem like there’s no time for reflection. But if leaders don’t look back, it’s hard to find the best way forward, says Nick Szymanski, who shares lessons learned from his first year in a new CIO role.
As healthcare organizations face new beginnings and new opportunities, three key principles will play a key role: vulnerability, resilience, and belonging, says Robert Sundelius. In this post, he reflects on this experience with Covid and shares valuable insights.
Although many consumers view marketing as a way to persuade them to buy the latest product, it can be used for “nobler purposes,” like “creating aware, informed patients,” according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato.
If communication platforms are not easy to use, able to integrate into existing workflows, and accessible to all staff, they won’t be successfully adopted, “which can lead to even more issues,” says Michael Saad, CIO at University of Tennessee Medical Center.
As care providers become more comfortable with telehealth, the bar is being raised in terms of expectations, according to Adam Cherrington and Dan Czech of KLAS. “They want to shop around and see what can best meet their needs.”