“Digital encompasses so many things we’re doing,” said HSS CIO Jamie Nelson, who talked about her team’s holistic digital strategy during a recent podcast. She also discussed the “unintended consequences” of remote work models, the challenge for women leaders, and why there is no ‘normal.’
As Hospital for Special Surgery continues to recover from the “ghost town” effects from Covid, CIO Jamie Nelson is setting her sights on the next big thing: “digitizing supply chain, finance, and HR functions,” she said in this podcast interview.
Although HSS has taken a financial hit during the pandemic, it’s also done some of its most effective work, says CIO Jamie Nelson. In this podcast, she talks about how they’re surging ahead with digital health and looking to promote inclusion.
For Jamie Nelson’s team at the Hospital for Special Surgery, the most important takeaway from the Covid-19 pandemic has been the need for a playbook documenting “what we did and how we did it,” she said in this podcast interview.
The healthcare IT industry needs more diversity on leadership teams, “but it can’t just be women helping women,” says Jamie Nelson, CIO at HSS, in this podcast. “It’s not a women’s issue; it’s an organizational issue.”