It’s not enough to have innovative tools; “you have to think about how to mobilize and maximize them,” said Karen Wilding. In this interview, she talked about how Nemours is leveraging IT to improve pediatric health, how value can (and should) influence strategic decisions, and the “unique position” CIOs have to improve population health.
During a recent webinar, data analytics leaders talked about the leaps and bounds data analytics has taken, and how their organizations look to push it even further and “use it in ways we wouldn’t have foreseen 12 years ago.”
Although daily headlines suggest a dystopian future, the world is actually becoming a healthier, safer place to live, according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato, who shared some of the “evidence-based optimism” on display at Mayo Clinic Platform Conference.
“AI is going to provide care pathways, care navigation, and triage to an environment that has fewer practicing clinicians,” said Dr. John Halamka in a recent webinar. But the algorithms can be flawed, and CIOs need to do proper diligence.
In an effort to create a “better understanding of the fundamentals” of healthcare, as well as its inner workings, Dirk Stanley, MD, has put together a “tour.” In second of a two-part series, he walks readers through the clinical enterprise areas.