Creating a healthy culture in the workplace starts by asking some simple questions – both of your team and yourself as a leader, according to Jason Joseph, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Corewell Health. In this podcast, he explores those questions, discusses his approach to change management, and shares the advice he would offer his younger self.
Published February 2023 – When it comes to getting a healthcare organization’s cybersecurity house in order, Joshua Roth, CISO at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), says he starts with four things: the people, the processes, the technology stack, and managed services – and then looks to tackle the low-hanging fruit. In this interview with […]
The ability to extrapolate data and apply it in real-world settings means taking better care of patients not just today, but in the future, said Aaron Miri. In this interview, he talked about how Baptist is using data to “do things smarter and empower business leaders to think differently.”
Two or three healthcare organizations a day are falling victim to a ransomware attack, according to Esmond Kane, chief information security officer (CISO), of Steward Health Care and former CISO for Harvard. The way to fight that is to use creativity, perseverance and innovation, he says. And keep in mind, the bad guys are also innovating at the same time you are. In this interview with healthsystemCIO Founder and Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra, Kane discusses the increasingly challenging role of the CISO and how he uses behavioral questions to find the right candidates for his team. Credentials and HR screening will not always reveal the best choice, but finding out how passionate someone is at their hobbies just might. And when it comes to the board, never tell them you can keep your institution 100% safe, because that’s not reality, Kane says.
Given that the future of medicine is precision medicine, and precision medicine is only possible when the right technologies are in place, it’s no surprise that CIOs and other IT leaders must be key drivers of this transformation in care. But what does the optimal technology mix look like? What are the key components, and what’s the right way to bring them together? How can IT leaders best work with clinicians in this journey, and who are the other key stakeholders that must be engaged? In this important webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who are focused on making sure their organization is well positioned for the brave new world of precision medicine.