For healthcare IT leaders, it’s not enough just to keep transactional systems working or introduce new digital capabilities if you’re not able to leverage data to make better decisions and achieve insights, says Andy Crowder.
Tasks like getting patches deployed and securely onboarding new teams members have become even more challenging since Covid-19 hit. But with the right processes and the right culture, they can be accomplished, says CISO Dan Bowden.
Quality patient care is always the top priority. But at the same time, leaders must be focused on new customer acquisition, says CIO Andy Crowder. “If you don’t make it easy for people to find the things they want, you’re not going to have market growth.”
As a cancer organization, one of Moffitt’s key objectives is to provide the best treatment as quickly as possible, says Beth Lindsay-Wood, who talks about how her team is leveraging high-end analytics to accelerate the process and ensure care is personalized.
Digital health isn’t just an IT strategy; it’s a way for healthcare organizations to deliver the experience consumers want, says John Henderson, CIO at CHOC Children’s, who explains how his team hopes to achieve that.