The potential offered by hospital-at-home models to improve patient satisfaction and outcomes while more effectively utilizing staff is sky-high, but for many organizations, obstacles like connectivity and lack of training continue to stand in the way, according to Jim Feen, Audrius Polikaitis, and Stephanie Lahr.
As organizations deal with the lingering challenges stemming from Covid, while looking ahead at how digital tools can help improve engage and ease burnout, it’s never been more important for leaders to come together, as several did during a panel at ViVE22.
Despite the critical role it plays in ensuring organizations have the agility needed to move forward, application rationalization isn’t always a top priority. In a recent panel, Stephanie Lahr, Susan Carman and Justin Campbell talk about why it should be, and how leaders can get past the key hurdles.
What topics do leaders look forward to discussing at CHIME21? Liz Johnson, Aaron Miri, Buddy Hickman and others share their perspectives on what they believe will be the hot topics, and why getting together in person is so important to them.
A critical component in building a successful digital transformation strategy? Consistency, according to Stephanie Lahr, MD, CIO & CMIO at Monument Health. “The challenge is figuring out how to bring it all together in a package that feels purposeful and organized.”