For Yale-New Haven Health, one of the key components in being able to successfully launch a hospital-at-home initiative was maintaining “the simple connectivity and continuity of the medical record,” said Lisa Stump, SVP and Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer, in a recent podcast interview.
As CIOs strive to rethink business and service models to keep pace with increasing competition, two challenges weigh heavily on their minds: recruiting and retaining top talent, and safeguarding data, according to CIO interviews conducted by WittKieffer.
To say that IT departments have stepped up during the Covid-19 pandemic is quite the understatement, according to Lisa Stump and Chuck Christian, who discussed the tireless efforts of their teams in supporting care delivery during a recent webinar.
In recognition of the innovative efforts she is leading at Yale New Haven Health, CIO Lisa Stump is one of seven inaugural recipients of HIMSS’ Most Influential Women in Health IT Award.
If health IT executives want their organizations to stay relevant, they need to find the point of integration between collaborating with core vendors and innovating with startups, says Lisa Stump.