Having an effective medical device management strategy can do more than just improve efficiency and lower costs – although those are critical. It can also create a platform for discussion and facilitate collaboration, according to our panelists in a recent discussion.
One of the most complex aspects of implementing an EHR? Finding the balance between following the recipe that has proven successful, while also “making it your own,” says Laishy Williams-Carlson, CIO at Roper St. Francis, in this podcast.
For healthcare IT leaders, trying to allocate the resources needed to purchase and maintain systems may feel like a battle, but with the right approach and tools, it can become a productive discussion, according to our panelists.
When stepping into an IT environment where things have been “bolted on,” a CIO’s first priority should be to “create a framework for service requests, and improve communication among departments,” says William Walders.
Can the same methods “secret shoppers” use to improve the patient experience be leveraged by those who support EHRs and other technology used by clinicians every day? Yes – if done right, says CMIO Craig Joseph.