The key to being able to share knowledge gained outside of healthcare? Let it happen organically, says B.J. Moore, CIO at Providence St. Joseph Health. “It’s always better to be pulled than to push.”
Rural health facilities don’t have the same resources that large IDNs do to invest in cybersecurity, but it’s no longer an excuse, says Kate Pierce. In this interview, she talks about the creative ways in which her team is working to safeguard data.
The best way to craft an effective strategy going forward? By assessing the current state and identifying key areas for improvement, says Asante CIO Lee Milligan, whose team is focused on providing exceptional customer service and ensuring reliability.
The first lesson B.J. Moore learned about working in healthcare? Before the “exciting” technologies like artificial intelligence can be leveraged, a whole lot of not-so-exciting tasks need to be taken care of, like creating a simplified operating environment.
For organizations that are migrating to a single platform, implementation isn’t the ultimate goal; in fact, it’s more of a baseline, says Kate Pierce, who talks about the major changes happening at North Country Hospital.