In the second part of this podcast interview, Edmondo Robinson spoke about Moffitt’s bold vision regarding AI, the ecosystem required to support a new care model, and why being a chief digital officer is “fun,” despite the lofty expectations.
Survival is certainly the top priority during a crisis – but it can’t be the sole focus, said Edmondo Robinson, MD, in this podcast. Leaders also need to focus on “what have we learned and how that learning should influence our strategy going forward.”
Becoming a digital organization is about much more than just adding technology to the mix; it’s about “looking at a completely different way of providing care,” said Beth Lindsay-Wood, CIO at Moffitt Cancer Center.
As a cancer organization, one of Moffitt’s key objectives is to provide the best treatment as quickly as possible, says Beth Lindsay-Wood, who talks about how her team is leveraging high-end analytics to accelerate the process and ensure care is personalized.
Competing for IT talent
Coming to Moffitt as applications director
Succeeding Mark Hulse — “It was an ideal situation.”
The CIO learning curve
Strong leadership — “It has been essential for my own success.”
An environment of trust