Cybersecurity breaches, information blocking rules, clinician burnout — there’s no shortage of areas that need attention from an advocacy standpoint. During a session at CHIME23, a panel of plugged-in leaders share insights on where the biggest hurdles exist, and what they’re doing to overcome them.
As health systems continue to gather large amounts of data, the challenge becomes finding a standardized way to refine data into valuable information, said our panelists during a recent panel discussion. “We need to get to the point where people are using the insights we’re providing to manage their business or operations.”
One of the most critical – and, as it turns out, most challenging – aspects of reducing clinician burnout is assessing which groups have been affected and how much, according to our panelists, Drs. Shafiq Rab, Peter Canning and Jose Barreau.
Enabling digital health isn’t just going to become a benefit for health systems; it’s going to become a competitive differentiator, which means leaders need to ensure the right foundation is in place, according to our CIO panelists.
CHIME has named three highly respected CIOs to its Board of Trustees: Cindy Peterson, Shafiq Rab, MD, and Marc Chasin, MD, and elected Carina Edwards of Imprivata to its Foundation Board.