As healthcare organizations deal with an influx of patients, the top priority for information security leaders to “minimize the effects of anything else” so that clinicians can focus on patient care, according to our expert panelists.
If digital identities are to be kept safe, healthcare IT and security leaders must adapt a zero trust policy, according to our panelists, who discussed the key challenges and shared their expertise during a recent webinar.
Electronic prescribing of controlled substances can help organizations improve patient safety while increasing clinician efficiency. But there are a few major hurdles that need to be cleared first, according to Robin Lang and Phillip Coule.
When physicians and nurses “spend more time curating data than curing patients,” care quality is going to suffer, according to our panelists, who discussed how technology can be leveraged to reduce the burden and bring the focus back to the patient.
As a more diverse array of devices – with an increasingly complex architecture – enter the network, leaders need to adopt different philosophies in order to keep data secure, according to CISOs Art Ream and Ronald Mehring, who shared their thoughts during a recent discussion.
Although they offers great potential in terms of streamlining workflow and improving the patient experience, IoMT devices also present a new list of concerns, according to our panelists, who discussed the challenges in securing network-connected devices and offered best practices.
As CIOs, the best way to combat fatigue among clinicians is listen to their concerns, and leverage technology to help resolve these issues, says Aaron Miri.
The most important lessons Aaron Miri learned as a CIO had nothing to do with technology, but rather about having patience, being calm, and helping to grow the next class of leaders.
How can health IT leaders narrow the disconnect that exists between the solutions clinicians are given and what they actually need to achieve goals? One word: empathy, says Aaron Miri.
What separates TechSpring from other innovation centers? It goes beyond the experimental, incubator phase and creates a true “connection to the organism,” says Baystate Health CIO Joel Vengco.