Telehealth and patient monitoring have become so important within healthcare, and yet, growth has been surprisingly slow, says Adam Cherrington, who shares insights from KLAS’ latest report.
As the consumer and medical industries start to come together, there’s an enormous opportunity to look at the different types of data, how they can be used, and the value they can bring, says Rachel Duncombe of KLAS.
Rather than focusing only on what hasn’t been accomplished, it’s important to recognize all that has, says Steven Posnack, who talks about what motivates him, what the future looks like, and what he has learned from his mentors.
It’s never easy to introduce change to physicians, especially when it challenges their core beliefs. But with the right approach, the right people, and the right governance structure, it can be done, according to Steve Hess and CT Lin of UCHealth.
The lines between IT, clinical, and operations have blurred, and if leaders don’t take the time to understand the needs and challenges of other departments, and work together to solve them, “we’ll become irrelevant,” says Ed Marx.