Although there is “a bell curve of technology adoption exhibited among clinicians” at most health systems – with different levels of experience and familiarity that need to be considered – there is a universal approach that can be applied, according to CMIO CT Lin.
As IT teams transitioned to remote or hybrid models, CIOs were forced to rethink their strategies for providing consistent training and support, according to our panelists. “It’s been a big lift from multiple perspectives.”
When you’re in the middle of an EHR implementation, something as simple as finding space for training can cause “a significant emotional event,” says Chani Cordero, CIO at Brooke Army Medical Center. In this blog, she shares learnings from her team’s journey.
Implementing a major EHR is an adventure — one that requires a great deal of planning, training, and leadership, says Chani Cordero, who is documenting Brooke Army Medical Center’s Cerner rollout in a blog series.
The decision MaineHealth made several years ago to become a system – and create a central decision-making body – made a significant difference during Covid, says CIO Dan Nigrin. “It allowed us to be more nimble and deploy solutions more efficiently.”