It wasn’t just the usual suspects of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity that peaked the interests of our readers in 2023 – although those topics did draw interest. It was also the year of improving care access, managing organizational growth, and establishing a solid foundation for innovation.
From empowering cybersecurity teams to vendor relationships to removing obstacles for women, healthsystemCIO has covered it all during the past few months. Here, we reveal the most viewed posts (including interviews, blogs and webinar recaps) from the summer of 2023.
Having been a CISO in the past, David Reis is definitely a security-minded CIO. But that doesn’t mean he protects the University of Miami Health System with a my-way-or-the highway mentality. In fact, Reis wants to make sure clinicians can use the tools they say they need (within reason) meaning his application portfolio is a […]
The two key components of leading through a crisis? Set a clear direction, and “create an environment where people feel comfortable expressing concerns,” said CIO David Reis, who talked about his team’s efforts at Hackensack Meridian Health.
A number of topics seemed to bubble up to the surface during our most popular interviews from the past year, but perhaps none were as prominent as digital health, the advancement of women in IT leadership roles, and addressing opioid abuse.
It’s not just about planning for the future; CIOs have to bring “a certain energy and velocity to the conversation, because the change is relentless and the pace is increasing,” says David Reis.
One way in which CIOs can attain the ultimate goal of providing IT solutions that are scalable, sustainable and cost-effective? By choosing partners – not vendors, says David Reis.