The answer to ‘what keeps you up at night’ undoubtedly differs from one leader to another; for William Walders, CIO at Health First, it’s the sustainability and survivability of healthcare. In this piece, he identifies the key objectives that can help move toward that goal.
What does Oracle’s acquisition of Cerner mean for the two vendors – and more importantly, for their customers? Michael Saad, CIO at University of Tennessee Medical Center, shares his thoughts.
Robotic process automation has the potential for cost savings, but not necessarily when purchased as a standalone system, says David Chou, who believes the key is finding a solution that exists within a portfolio of products.
Sometimes the best way to ensure that an EHR system is being utilized effectively – and bringing value to the organization – is to bring in the SWAT teams, says CIO Patrick Anderson.
Rather than having to eliminate staff positions when implementing an EHR, CIO Patrick Yount is redefining those positions to help the organization become “more efficient, more patient-facing, and more service-oriented.”