It’s not functionality that’s going to sell health IT leaders on RTLS, but rather the potential it has to help achieve outcomes – like improved patient safety and data visibility, says Tanya Egbert of KLAS.
Every organization wants to hire the best candidate, but in reality, it’s not always feasible – it may not even be necessary, says Judy Kirby, who shares some of the lessons she’s learned from 30 years of executive recruiting.
Healthcare IT leaders have a choice: you can resist the changes brought on by the evolution in technology and consumer demand, or you can find ways to deliver better solutions, says CIO Michael Saad.
Rather than pushing back when asked to reduce costs, CIOs should see it as an opportunity to transform IT, says Sue Schade. One way to do that? Through “selective outsourcing.”
Health systems have lagged far behind in the pursuit of strategic partnerships, but that’s about to change, says Robert Sundelius, who believes it start with creating the right “doorways.”