The delicate balance healthcare IT leaders face during the COVID-19 pandemic? Deciding how much change can be absorbed at once, says Chuck Christian, who talks about the strategy his team has adopted.
The best laid plans to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic will depend on the technological backbone supporting them. To that end, it’s critical to know what your infrastructure can handle, how to shore it up, and what to do if things go wrong. In this timely webinar, you’ll learn best practices around everything that must be done to keep your applications up and running smoothly.
During a situation like COVID, the ability to be agile and move quickly isn’t a nice-to-have; it’s essential, says James Wellman, who believes the pandemic is “shining a light” on organizations that can’t adapt.
When organizations are in crisis mode, it longer matters what lane individuals are usually in, says Stephanie Lahr, MD, CIO and CMIO at Monument Health. “We have to cross over and help people.”
Due to the combination of onerous technologies and over-prescriptive regulations, physicians had been at their breaking point even before Covid-19 ratcheted the pressure up to unimaginable levels. In this timely webinar, we’ll hear from leaders already working to reduce burnout about how the pandemic has caused them to both increase and adjust their efforts. With everything riding on your caregivers staying both physically and mentally healthy, this is one webinar you can’t afford to miss.