At Chidren’s Health, having dedicated leaders who can speak a common language and bring together clinical and IT worlds has made the organization stronger and translated into better patient care.
For University of Utah Health Care, the journey toward becoming an integrated organization and achieving Most Wired Advanced recognition started with a roadmap that provided IT with much-needed direction, says CIO Jim Turnbull.
The traditional recruiting methods just weren’t cutting it at Hawaii Pacific Health, so two leaders from operations and human resources put their heads together and came up with a completely new concept.
At MaineHealth, the key to getting an Epic implementation back on track was to create a shared vision – a task that required a major shift in the leadership philosophy and a bold investment.
What does it take to transform an IT organization? Start by standardizing processes, getting people to communicate more often, and shifting out of “fire-fighting mode,” says Barnabas Health CIO Luis Taveras.