For healthcare IT leaders, recruiting and retaining a strong workforce has proven extremely challenging. But for some, it’s also an “opportunity for innovation and thinking differently,” said Theresa Meadows, speaking on a CHIME panel with John Glaser and Andrea Daugherty.
The potential offered by hospital-at-home models to improve patient satisfaction and outcomes while more effectively utilizing staff is sky-high, but for many organizations, obstacles like connectivity and lack of training continue to stand in the way, according to Jim Feen, Audrius Polikaitis, and Stephanie Lahr.
“It’s been wonderful.” From Boot Camp experiences that provided access to influencers, to earning recognition from peers, leaders share some of their most cherished memories from CHIME events over the years.
In a recent interview, CHIME Board Chair Tanya Townsend opened up about the biggest hurdles facing CIOs and other leaders, how CHIME seeks to “represent the entire ecosystem of health and care,” and what attendees can expect from the upcoming Fall Forum.
During the early stages of Covid, healthcare IT departments provided they could make decisions – and act on them – quickly. What happens next, however, is just as important, according to former CIO Bill Spooner.