“We’re realizing we can do a lot outside of these big buildings that cost millions of dollars,” said Nick Patel, CDO at Prisma Health. In this podcast, he talked about the “paradigm shift” happening in healthcare, the enormous potential he sees with remote monitoring, and why he loves disruptors.
One of the many advantages of being a data-driven culture? The ability to leverage analytics to identify needs and prioritize investments to figure out “what meets needs and what doesn’t,” said CIO Jackie Rice in this podcast.
One of the most important steps CIOs and other leaders can take to improve clinician satisfaction? Provide education and ongoing support, says Dan Nigrin, MD, CIO at MaineHealth, in this podcast interview.
At Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin, the concept of digital by default means shifting the way care is delivered and business is conducted, says Bradley Crotty in this podcast. “It means don’t just do digital; be digital.”
Running the day-to-day technology services is just one part of being a CIO, said Reid Stephan during a recent interview. “It’s being a trusted thought leader and a trusted executive partner to help drive the overall effectiveness of business operations.”