The two biggest keys to surviving in today’s complex environment? Getting actionable data into the hands of decision makers and building strong relationships with other organizations, says CIO Corey Zeigler.
When it comes to population health, the biggest issue organizations like Fort Drum face is data access, says CIO Corey Zeigler, who talks about what his team is doing to present clinicians with “the most complete picture.”
By not owning hospitals, Fort Drum is in a unique position to bring different entities to the table, says CIO Corey Zeigler, who talks about the organization’s governance structure, and how they’re using HIEs to pull together data.
The FDRHPO isn’t immune to the mistake of “putting the cart before the horse.” Before the formation of the PEC, we built a state-of-the-art, region-wide, fiber optic network connecting medical facilities in five counties — a network that, until recently, was underutilized. We continue to seek applications for the solution […]
Concluding a grant-funded HIT initiative at the Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization (FDRHPO) has led me to reflect on one of the project’s best assets: its clinical advisory committee. The first segment of this two-part series will examine the opportunities and challenges that come with having a unique governance model. The FDRHPO created the […]