The ability to extrapolate data and apply it in real-world settings means taking better care of patients not just today, but in the future, said Aaron Miri. In this interview, he talked about how Baptist is using data to “do things smarter and empower business leaders to think differently.”
Perhaps the most important lesson Michael Elley has learned in nearly two decades of healthcare IT leadership? “It starts with people,” and more specifically, building relationships to better understand the culture, the focus, and the gaps that exist, he said during a recent interview.
By enabling those who use systems to make decisions on the build, organizations can achieve better efficiencies while also improving long-term adoption, said Stacey Johnson, MD, Chief Applications Officer at Baptist Health. “That’s good change management.”
The biggest advantage in choosing a provider lead an EHR implementation? A firsthand understanding of “where we get hung up and what alerts we can eliminate,” said Stacey Johnston, Clinical Applications Officer, in this podcast.
Given the spike in remote and hybrid work models – which doesn’t appear to be waning any time soon – have CIOs altered their management strategies? What steps can leaders take to ensure a healthy work-life balance for their teams? Aaron Miri provides some thoughts.