What are the three most important qualities in determining a startup’s success? John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform address this question, and discuss the potential impact newcomers can have on the future of digital medicine.
With shortages looming, “There is no more important time to empower our nurses to innovate and generate new clinical care models supported by technology,” said CIO Terri Couts, one of several leaders who shares thoughts on the value of nurses.
As CIOs face mounting pressures to deliver innovative solutions while ensuring data are secure, the best course of action is to form strategic partnerships with vendors, said Tressa Springmann and Julie Bonello during a recent panel discussion.
For healthcare organizations, it’s always been about the patient; Covid-19 only amplified that, said Tracy Elmer. In this podcast, she talks about how TrueCare is “meeting patients where they are,” why an inquisitive approach is so important, and why she loves her job.
When it comes to leverage social determinants of health data to provide better, more individualize care for patients, there’s still a long way to go, said Ray Lowe, CIO at AltaMed Health Services. “We’re just getting started.”