The key to gaining buy-in among physicians with any initiative – especially one that can change their workflow – is to “explain what’s in it for them,” says Inspira Health CIO Tom Pacek. In this interview, he also talks about what it takes to foster innovation and lead during a crisis.
For Rochester RHIO, which has been around since 2006, the key to longevity has been in its ability to evolve, and its willingness to “listen to the community and respond to what they need,” says CIO Andrea Richardson.
Obtaining cyber-insurance is more critical than ever, and yet, the process has become more costly and rigorous than in the past, said our IT security experts during a recent discussion. “You need to show that it’s a living process.”
One of the most critical – and, as it turns out, most challenging – aspects of reducing clinician burnout is assessing which groups have been affected and how much, according to our panelists, Drs. Shafiq Rab, Peter Canning and Jose Barreau.
The CDO role may differ from organization to the next in terms of structure, but the overall objective is the same: to bring together critical areas like IT, research informatics, and AI under one vertical and help drive transformation, says Mark Hulse.