With the AI market showing signs of slow but steady maturity, Lois Krotz and Ryan Pretnik of KLAS take a closer look at which organizations are making decisions, what decisions are being made, and why.
Not surprisingly, telehealth and remote patient monitoring were cited as the most significant technology challenges as organizations responded to Covid-19. But while many have gotten over the hurdles with telemedicine, RPM remains a sticking point, according to KLAS.
For many IT employees, remote work equals more work, which means CIOs need to take action to help reduce the risk of burnout and improve work-life balance, says David Chou, who provides tips from fellow leaders.
With the healthcare environment changing so rapidly, organizations face added pressure to be “more creative and come up with different ways to accomplish the same goal,” says Taylor Davis, who believes the industry is having a watershed moment.
Robotic process automation has the potential for cost savings, but not necessarily when purchased as a standalone system, says David Chou, who believes the key is finding a solution that exists within a portfolio of products.