Clinical decision support systems aren’t just tools for clinicians; “they significantly impact the patient experience by enabling personalized, informed care and adhering to the most up-to-date guidelines,” said Chani Cordero, CIO at Brooke Army Medical Center. In this piece, she shared learnings from her recent stays at two different hospitals.
By cultivating genuine relationships with IT leaders, vendors can create a solid foundation of trust and credibility – two factors that are essential when it comes to influencing purchasing decisions, according to Chani Cordero, CIO at Brooke Army Medical Center.
A recent success story with an FQHC provides further evidence that AI-driven tools can aid in decision-making, reduce human error, and enhance patient care, according to Chani Cordero. However, it also “raises important questions about the ethical implications of AI use in healthcare.”
Partnering with any healthcare organization takes a lot of effort. But when that organization is the largest medical center within the DoD, it’s an even bigger task – one that requires “a deep understanding of the technology landscape and regulatory environment,” according to Chani Cordero.
“You must fully understand the position, and the person occupying the position, to determine if it should be remote,” said Chani Cordero, CIO at Brooke Army Medical Center, reflecting on how Covid has changed her approach.