The downside of healthcare’s digital transformation? With more disciplines interacting with IT, the environment becomes “ripe for turf wars,” says CIO Pam McNutt, who shares her thoughts on navigating leadership challenges.
As healthcare enters “the digital revolution,” perhaps the greatest challenge for leaders is balancing the need for data access with the need for security, says Pamela McNutt, CIO at Methodist Health System.
Even within the same organization, different facilities have different needs when it comes to go-live support, says Pamela McNutt, and leaders must have their finger on the pulse and be ready to react.
Earlier this week, Pamela McNutt, SVP and CIO of Methodist Health System in Dallas, gave a presentation entitled “Meeting Stage 1 Meaningful Use: A View from a Healthcare System,” at the AHA’s Annual Membership Meeting in Washington, D.C. McNutt — chair of CHIME’s Policy Steering Committee and former chair of the organization’s Advocacy Leadership Team […]
As chair of CHIME’s Policy Steering Committee, Pamela McNutt, SVP & CIO, Methodist Health System, is leading that organization’s response to the Meaningful Use Interim Final Rule (IFR). But McNutt’s dual role as member of the AHA IT Policy Advisory Committee gives her an even more powerful vantage from which to formulate a comment, while […]