From forming non-traditional partnerships to delivering a personalized experience, there are several strategies healthcare organizations can borrow from a beverage giant to increase their chances at long-term survival, according to David Chou, CIO at Legacy Community Health.
One of Chris Paravate’s core objectives? To make sure that as Northeast Georgia expands its physical footprint, “we’re not just extending what we already have in our portfolio, but really taking the opportunity to test new technologies, implement new tools, and bring them back to other existing facilities,” he said in a recent podcast interview.
It’s not about bringing technology solutions forward, but about “being able to drive thoughtful dialogue with our partners,” said our panelists during a discussion about the CIO’s role in communicating the value of IT, why numbers aren’t always important, and the initiatives that shouldn’t be overlooked.
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.
With IT teams facing more scrutiny than ever before, CIOs and CIDOs face mounting pressures to ensure they’re making the right decisions and getting the most bang for the buck – all without pushing their teams to the brink, said our panelists during a recent discussion.