For Yale-New Haven Health, one of the key components in being able to successfully launch a hospital-at-home initiative was maintaining “the simple connectivity and continuity of the medical record,” said Lisa Stump, SVP and Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer, in a recent podcast interview.
The best way to avoid burnout among staff is to ensure they’re given opportunities to completely disconnect, says Kate Pierce, CIO at North Country Hospital. Doing so requires “deliberate intent, clear expectations, and an organizational understanding and commitment.”
As it becomes increasingly challenging to manage a successful IT shop – and balance the myriad priorities coming their way – CIOs are finding that the answer lies somewhere between ‘yes’ and ‘no,’ according to our panelists.
Conflicts among clinical, IT, and administrative teams often come down to one key factor: a language barrier, says Jason Buchanan, MD, Clinical Informatics Officer at Baylor College of Medicine. In this podcast, he talks about how leaders can remedy this, and what it takes to truly “listen.”
The most important question leaders need to ask when evaluating a new solution is whether it’s going to help providers and patients – and how, said Jason Buchanan. In this interview, he discussed his approach to optimization and what it takes to build a strong culture.