“Innovation is not just about spinning up a company; it’s about making care better,” said Lisa Stump, Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer at Yale New Haven Health. In this interview, she talks about dealing with turnover, finding opportunities to cut costs, and how her team survived Covid.
Although Covid-19 has presented myriad challenges for healthcare IT leaders, it has also sparked innovation and creative solutions, according to a group of CIOs, who shared their goals for 2022.
The potential for quicker development timelines and IT crowdsourcing are two reasons why low-code software is gaining traction, according to David Chou. But it’s going to require something healthcare IT leaders aren’t always willing to do.