The CDO role may differ from organization to the next in terms of structure, but the overall objective is the same: to bring together critical areas like IT, research informatics, and AI under one vertical and help drive transformation, says Mark Hulse.
One result of the rise in ransomware attacks has been a more difficult and costly cyber-insurance buying process. No longer are healthcare organizations simply shopping for the best price; today, they are jumping through hoops to buy insurance at almost any price by demonstrating a sufficient mix of cybersecurity tools, risk management processes, and other policies. In this webinar, we’ll hear from leaders about what insurers expect of health systems before they’ll issue a policy, and how to put those things in place.
Clinicians are laboring under conditions that are leading to more and more burnout. From onerous check-the-box regulatory requirements; to less than invisible security measures; to user unfriendly applications; most health systems have a wide range of technology demanding attention from clinical staff. In this timely webinar, we’ll hear from IT leaders who are working to ensure that technology serves as a help, not a hindrance, in the delivery of care.
Discovering evidence within the data doesn’t have much of an impact unless it can influence decision-making at the point of care, said Mark Hulse. In this podcast, he talks about how City of Hope is leveraging information to provide real-time guidance.
Data is powerful, and with the proper tools and strategies, healthcare organizations can maximize the information stored in their EHR to guide decisions and enhance patient care. In this webinar, learn how data and solutions such as toolkits, registries, and surveillance can support quality initiatives.