The rapid rise of telehealth during the early stages of Covid made an enormous impact for organizations like LVHN with a large rural population, but it wasn’t just about the scale, said CIO Mike Minear in this interview. “It was the richness of how we did it.”
The dramatic increase in virtual visits and messaging with patients can lead to “unmanageable burden and real risks of burnout” if it isn’t addressed, says CT Lin, MD. In this piece, he talks about how UCHealth hopes to turn the tide with its in-basket redesign initiative.
In this podcast, BJ Moore talks about why Providence decided to combine IT and real estate, the new staffing model that he believes will “create more elasticity,” and why moving to the cloud is like “cleaning out your garage.”
The CDO role may differ from organization to the next in terms of structure, but the overall objective is the same: to bring together critical areas like IT, research informatics, and AI under one vertical and help drive transformation, says Mark Hulse.
The most effective way to encourage adoption of any technology – especially one as important as telehealth solutions – is to show, not tell, says Tom Pacek, CIO at Inspira Health. In this interview, he talks about his team’s journey and what they’ve learned.