Perhaps the best case yet for moving to the cloud? If done right, it can free up time and give IT teams time to “concentrate on designing new transformational modes of care,” says Rachel Dunscombe of KLAS.
When the ultimate goal is to leverage research data to provide precise care pathways for each patient, it puts a lot of pressure on IT’s shoulders, says CIO Patrick Anderson, who talks about his team’s infrastructure overhaul.
It’s no longer acceptable for go-lives to be pushed back by weeks or months due to unpreparedness, says Sue Schade. In this post, she talks about how GLRAs can “ensure all issues and risks are surfaced and addressed” before the big day.
Maintaining the integrity and availability of the infrastructure is top of mind for every business. But the stakes are especially high in healthcare.
With leaders facing mounting pressures, it’s completely understandable to want to leapfrog technology. What you can’t leap, says CIO Saad Chaudry, is the ‘what, where, how, and when’ stage of planning and introspection.