One of the most critical – and, as it turns out, most challenging – aspects of reducing clinician burnout is assessing which groups have been affected and how much, according to our panelists, Drs. Shafiq Rab, Peter Canning and Jose Barreau.
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.
“We can’t be casual about it anymore.” In this podcast, Rick Evans, CXO at NewYork-Presbyterian talks about how his team is working to reduce care disparities, remove racial bias from protocols, and leverage data to better understand patients.
For CMIOs, managing change requests can be one of the most difficult aspects of the job, according to Bill Manard and David Allard. But for those who are able to master the art of diffusing tension, it can make big strides toward improving usability.
Technology doesn’t always have to get in the way. In fact, when leveraged appropriately, it can help providers get to know patients on a more personal level and provide a better experience, says Hal Baker, Chief Digital & Information Officer at WellSpan Health.