Healthcare organizations are relying more heavily on supplemental staffing to fill gaps, but what they really need, according to CIOs Chuck Podesta and Susan Carman, is “more of a consultant that works to build internal knowledge.”
It may seem pessimistic, but planning for the divorce before entering into a relationship with a vendor is the most practical move healthcare leaders can make – especially when it involves data, according to CIOs Chuck Podesta and Saad Chaudry.
With phishing attacks becoming increasingly sophisticated, the smart approach is to focus not on prevention, but on identifying the most likely targets, putting controls in place, and offering continuous education, according to our cybersecurity experts.
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.
As organizations reopen, leaders must be willing to prioritize based on where the organization is today – not where it was before Covid-19, said our CIO panelists in a recent webinar. “You have to look at things based on the new normal.”