With a large organization like Sarah Cannon, the challenge isn’t getting data, but rather, getting it in an unstructured way that enables caregivers to access information when they need it, says CIO Andy Corts.
Digital health is no longer the future – it’s the present, says Dr. John Halamka, who talks about a groundbreaking collaboration that focuses on leveraging patient-generated data and aligning incentives for wellness.
While the healthcare market is always going to be fraught with some level of uncertainty, there are reasons to be optimistic, particularly in areas like precision medicine, says Jared Jeffery of KLAS.
It was a shared belief “a platform is needed that simplifies the sharing of app-based IT interventions across healthcare institutions” that brought a vendor and health system together. The rest is history – or, more likely, the future.
Although some are turned off by all the hype surrounding artificial intelligence, the promise it holds to improve care and reduce errors can’t be ignored, says CIO Brian Thomas.