It’s only natural for individuals to focus on the short term during a pandemic; the CIO’s role is to “step back and think bigger,” says Chris Belmont, who talks about his core objectives at Memorial Hospital at Gulfport, and where the key opportunities exist for opportunity.
The most effective way for IT helpdesks to meet the growing demand for support – without adding to their burden – is by leveraging knowledge that already exists, according to Matthew Wright and David Mitchell.
It doesn’t get more complex than using an outdoor stadium (in the dead of winter) to administer a vaccine, but UCHealth’s trial run was a success, says CT Lin, MD, who talks about what his team learned, and what he hopes to see going forward.
It’s not just about improving patient flow; by implementing location-based intelligence, Oregon Medical Group is able to point to the data and “provide real information upon which to make a meaningful decision,” according to our panelists.
Implementing a zero-trust approach is a complex, time-consuming process; it’s also become a necessary measure for healthcare organizations, according to CISOs Christopher Kuhl and Christopher Frenz, who shared their strategies during a recent webinar.