For a number of healthcare IT leaders, serving in the Armed Forces instilled core values such as loyalty discipline, and a solid work ethic that have benefited them immensely in their current roles.
One of the core values that has helped NewYork-Presbyterian continue to deliver quality care during Covid? A willingness to be thoughtful about investing resources, and focus on ones “that will move the dial on patient care,” said CIO Daniel Barchi.
One of the positives of having an integrated EHR platform? Rather than pushing back an implementation because of the pandemic, NewYork-Presbyterian was able to move theirs up, said CIO Daniel Barchi in a recent interview.
Topics like digital health and innovation are certainly click-worthy, particularly in the age of technology. But for healthsystemCIO’s readers, the most important buzzword in 2019 was leadership, says Kate Gamble, who reveals the most popular interviews from 2019.
As complex as healthcare IT may seem, it all boils down to one concept: identifying the most pressing needs, and removing the barriers that exist, according to NewYork-Presbyterian leaders Daniel Barchi and Peter Fleischut.