From regulatory changes to cybersecurity, CIO David Chou outlines the most significant risks facing healthcare organizations in 2019, and provides guidance on how to successfully mitigate them.
Instead of viewing audits as a way to play catch-up with IT security, CIOs need to start seeing them for what they are: investments in the organization’s future, says David Chou.
As the population ages and healthcare expenditures skyrocket, China’s hospitals must take steps to meet the changing needs of its people, says David Chou, who examines the state of healthcare in one of the largest countries in the world.
Once considered a “nice to have,” having digital expertise and knowledge at the board level is quickly becoming a “must have” for business that want to remain competitive, says CIO David Chou.
It’s not technology that’s preventing blockchain from realizing its potential in healthcare, but a lack of trust, says David Chou, who discusses the obstacles that stand in the way of adoption, and how they might be overcome.
It’s only natural to want to avoid uncomfortable situations. But in doing so, leaders can miss out on a great opportunity to help guide your team while improving your own skills, says CIO David Chou.
From teaming up with existing companies to conducting a detailed analysis of customer behaviors, there are critical steps that can help organizations evolve to meet the market’s changing needs, says CIO David Chou.
When an organization is pushed to the point where one poor decision can have catastrophic implications, it’s time to bring in a “cleaner,” says David Chou.
Through a major restructuring effort — which includes organizational and leadership changes — Ascension is hoping to cut costs and create a patient-centered care environment, says David Chou, who looks at how this could impact the industry.
As always, there were a lot of buzzwords thrown around at HIMSS, and a lot of predictions about where the industry is headed. But what does this all mean for CIOs today? David Chou offers his take.