For cybersecurity leaders, learning “how to foster innovation while ensuring robust defenses against ever-evolving threats” has become quite the dilemma, according to Dennis Leber. In this piece, he identifies the key threats and shares advice on how to mitigate them.
To Christopher Neuharth, VP of Experience at Digital Innovation at Children’s Wisconsin, adoption numbers don’t mean that much – what matters is how technology is being utilized to “make the process easier and more efficient for our staff and families,” he said in a recent podcast interview.
Large language models offer great potential for improving care and efficiency, but “that must be done within guardrails and guidelines so that we do no digital harm,” said Paul Cerrato and John Halamka, MD. In this piece, they discuss the key components for successful development and deployment of AI tools.
From forming non-traditional partnerships to delivering a personalized experience, there are several strategies healthcare organizations can borrow from a beverage giant to increase their chances at long-term survival, according to David Chou, CIO at Legacy Community Health.
“Sometimes it isn’t about looking at new technology, but thinking about how to do things differently,” said Michelle Stansbury, VP of Innovation and IT Applications at Houston Methodist. In this interview, she talks about the value of co-development, the “true partnership” between IT and operations, and what it takes to build a culture of innovation.