The ability to extrapolate data and apply it in real-world settings means taking better care of patients not just today, but in the future, said Aaron Miri. In this interview, he talked about how Baptist is using data to “do things smarter and empower business leaders to think differently.”
Despite the fact that CMS has extended the public health emergency that expanded telemedicine coverage, a number of states aren’t on board, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato. “Finding a way to extend the regulatory waivers,” they write, “is in our patients’ best interest.”
The one component of change management that can’t be overlooked, especially in a largescale integration? Accountability, said Jason Joseph, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Corewell Health. “It’s a conversation that needs to happen.”
Home-based care models can be incredibly complex, but if organizations don’t move in that direction, “We’re missing where the industry is moving,” said Jeff Sturman, CDO, Memorial Healthcare System. And, more importantly, “where consumers want us to be.”
Given the massive transformation healthcare has undergone in recent years, it should come as no surprise that digital health and cybersecurity were common themes in our most popular interviews from 2022 – particularly the latter.