With revenues decimated by Covid-19, healthcare IT executives are under pressure to reduce expenses, and what better way to do so than cleaning out your application closet. In this webinar, panelists will discuss how to identify the applications whose time has passed, the best ways for getting the data from here to there, and how to keep users happy during the transition.
Healthcare provider organizations are increasingly shifting their focus to meet consumer expectations in a digital world, where instant gratification and endless options are the status quo. The role of the CIO, meanwhile, has been focused on driving excellence in the IT function of operations and KTLO, or keep-the-lights-on, activities. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how the CIO approaches this new focus and responsibility without sacrificing the quality of IT services provided to the organization.
For the longest time, organizations focused their IT security on defending the perimeter. That worked when things were simpler, when a hospital’s four walls enclosed most of its network activity. But today, with a growing remote workforce and telehealth visits obliterating the concept of a perimeter, security must be re-imagined. Enter the concept of digital identity — no longer just the new perimeter, but now the new control plane. In this webinar, we’ll speak with leaders who have experience turning the concept of identity into reality, making their organizations more secure as a result.
With the COVID-19 crisis, healthcare IT leaders have played a pivotal role in advancing digital healthcare transformation to deliver care in very different ways. For CIOs, the challenge is addressing the tension between the actual digital maturity level of their healthcare institution and its ability to deliver on digital transformation with actionable enterprise data informatics. This session will discuss key enablers in building a sustainable digital transformation infrastructure that redefines patient engagement, optimizes workflows and facilitates integrated care delivery.
Due to the nature of our healthcare system, care is almost always fragmented — with encounters taking place as doctor’s offices, pharmacies, labs and hospitals that have no affiliation with each other. Unfortunately this kind of care ecosystem often leads to disjointed and uninformed care. In our rapidly advancing digital healthcare world, providers need systems that can pull patient data from disparate sources and provide them a comprehensive view of their patients with meaningful, actionable data. In this important webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who are focused on leveraging improvements in data interoperability to bring all relevant information to caregivers in the right place at the right time.