ChatGPT isn’t going to replace providers. In fact, Michael Hasselberg, PhD, believes “it’s going to save providers from leaving the profession.” In a recent interview, he talked about his organization’s telehealth journey, how technology can help bridge the gap between supply and demand in behavioral health, and the power of 5G.
“You Have to Take This On”: HIT Leaders Share Best Practices for Application Rationalization
Q&A with UCLA Health CIO Ellen Pollack: Building Bridges, Listening Tours & Being “Wired” Differently
Ten years after going live with Epic, UCLA Health is now focused on “supporting the research community and building a bridge” to better connect research and clinical practice, said Ellen Pollack. During a recent interview, she talked about her team’s constant optimization efforts, the path that took her from nurse to CIO, and the “special skillset” it takes to become an informatics leader.
Q&A with Allegheny Health CDIO Ashis Barad, MD: “We Need to Do the Hard Work of Laying Down the Foundation.”
Building engagement tools in a way that “surfaces through the care team” is a critical goal for Ashis Barad, MD, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Allegheny Health Network. But it can’t be “built in a way that’s just adding burden to the care teams by having more alerts put in front of them,” he said in this interview.
“Trust Nothing”: Experts Share Tips on Balancing Security and Usability in a Hybrid World
Like it or not, the remote and hybrid work models that were borne out of the Covid-19 pandemic are here stay — and, consequently, so are the myriad challenges that come with safeguarding data off premise. During a recent panel discussion, Zafar Chaudry, MD, and Chris Paravate shared strategies for enabling access without compromising security.