From driving digital strategies to staying connected with virtual teams, CIOs have faced a new set of challenges during the pandemic, while developing new strengths, according to Nick Giannas of WittKieffer.
Oftentimes it isn’t a lack of skills that prevents individuals from reaching their potential, but a lack of confidence, says CIO Tamara Havenhill-Jacobs, who believes part of the leader’s role is to have “those critical conversations.”
There is a way that technology companies like Apple can help improve patient outcomes and improve efficiency – but it’s not by purchasing Epic or any other EHR vendor, says David Chou.
With all of the tasks facing healthcare organizations, one thing that can’t get lost in the shuffle is managing – and developing – talent, according to three CIOs who presented on the topic at CHIME18.
For an increasing number of organizations, growth strategies are focused more on joint ventures and retail partnerships, and less on adding hospital beds, according to Impact Advisors.