The ability to extrapolate data and apply it in real-world settings means taking better care of patients not just today, but in the future, said Aaron Miri. In this interview, he talked about how Baptist is using data to “do things smarter and empower business leaders to think differently.”
“Digital encompasses so many things we’re doing,” said HSS CIO Jamie Nelson, who talked about her team’s holistic digital strategy during a recent podcast. She also discussed the “unintended consequences” of remote work models, the challenge for women leaders, and why there is no ‘normal.’
Although there are myriad challenges with incorporating tools like machine learning into care environment, the upside is simply too promising to pass up, said John Halamka, MD, during a healthcare IT policy discussion. “There’s a perfect storm happening.”
“Innovation is not just about spinning up a company; it’s about making care better,” said Lisa Stump, Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer at Yale New Haven Health. In this interview, she talks about dealing with turnover, finding opportunities to cut costs, and how her team survived Covid.
Innovating with intent and focusing first on user experience are two of the key components in creating and sustaining a solid digital strategy, according to Michael Saad, CIO at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. In this piece, he shares his experience.