Although AI has a bright future and has demonstrated potential in improving patient satisfaction and reducing clinician burnout, it’s not quite accurate to say it is “transforming care,” noted Brett Oliver, MD, CMIO at Baptist Health KY & IN.
A key piece of advice for new or aspiring CMIOs? “Identify your clinical leaders early and develop those relationships,” says Brett Oliver, MD, CMIO at Baptist Health, in this leadership spotlight.
From mining data to identify trends, to embracing voice recognition, there are a number of steps that clinical and IT leaders can take to reduce clinical burnout, according to a recent panel discussion.
With healthcare organizations coming off a period of enormous growth, particularly in terms of digital health, the timing is perfect for clinical and IT departments to sit down and figure out how to partner more effectively, says CMIO Brett Oliver.
For IT teams, the idea of rolling out solutions that aren’t fully tested can be difficult to swallow, says Brett Oliver, MD, CMIO at Baptist Health. That’s where leaders need to provide assurance that ‘it’s okay to let this go.”