One of biggest challenges facing CIOs is the ability to effectively prioritize tasks based on the most pressing needs, and set realistic expectations, says JD Whitlock. In this interview, he talks about his team’s vision for an enterprise imaging architecture.
For organizations that still rely on traditional imaging models, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc, and will continue to do so unless leaders take steps toward an enterprise approach, according to our panelists.
One of the most important areas in which KLAS is seeing progress when it comes to enterprise imaging? “Most vendors are not just sitting on the bench,” says KLAS’ Monique Rasband. “They’re engaging and investing.”
As imaging emerges from the confines of radiology and cardiology and becomes part of a larger strategy, what does this mean for healthcare IT leaders? Experts Joseph Marion, Brandon Taggart and Chris Magyar shared their thoughts in a recent panel discussion.
Once considered a ‘nice to have,’ enterprise imaging is becoming a must-have for healthcare organizations. The problem? The expectations are high, and the resources available to craft a solid strategy are not, says Monique Rasband of KLAS.