When it comes to health IT policy, leaders have two choices: get engaged in the process and help lead the discussion, or wait for regulators to set the rules and live with the consequences, according to Mari Savickis and Leslie Krigstein of CHIME.
With data breaches on the rise – and many health systems still not dedicating enough time or resources to cybersecurity – it’s more important than ever that CIOs and IT security leaders work together to develop a solid roadmap, says Michael Saad.
Contrary to popular belief, managed services doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing proposition, says David Muntz. And in fact, there are several different combinations healthcare IT leaders can use to help meet strategic goals.
Healthcare IT leaders have a choice: you can resist the changes brought on by the evolution in technology and consumer demand, or you can find ways to deliver better solutions, says CIO Michael Saad.
Going from a reactive to a proactive approach with cybersecurity is never easy, particularly for an organization that’s experienced a data breach, says Jeff Sturman, who talks about the “vast difference” he has seen at Memorial.