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.
Contrary to popular belief, managed services doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing proposition, says David Muntz. And in fact, there are several different combinations healthcare IT leaders can use to help meet strategic goals.
As technology advances and EHR utilization continues to expand, the HIMSS Analytics model that was once a standard has evolved into a toolset that can guide strategic decision making, says Blain Newton.
Improving disaster response starts with a simple concept: the ability to provide relief workers with the information they need at the point of care, says Mariann Yeager, who talks about how the Sequoia Project is working to do that.