Cybersecurity leaders can leverage threat intelligence to better understand adversaries, learn from attacks, and take actions to mitigate risks. But it needs to be part of a larger strategy that includes taking care of basics and partnering with others, according to Teresa Tonthat and Chris Paravate.
Creating a culture of cybersecurity starts by breaking down the walls separating departments that should be working in partnership, says CISO Teresa Tonthat, who talks about how Texas Children’s has flipped the script.
The CIO role is just as much about quality of care and patient satisfaction as it is about upgrades and go-lives, says Myra Davis. Recently, she shared her thoughts on fostering innovation, the importance of learning, at the “different level of conversation” that should be happening.
SXSW Pediatric Health Pitch & TMC Think Tank
“There are so many ideas coming at you.”
Focus on portals
Telehealth — “It will give us the ability to spread our wings further.”
The “gotcha” with having a blank slate
Health IT today — “Despite the amount of work, it’s still a lot of fun.”
“The ability to understand technology is where we’re falling short.”
Focus on evidence-based guidelines
IS participation in care groups — “They realize they speak very different languages.”
Adopting a clinical liaison model
Plan, do, study, act — “If it’s not working, we’ll figure out how to make it better.”
About Texas Children’s Hospital
Epic in hospitals & clinics
Finding the right balance with data access
“Don’t underestimate the level you have to go through to the explain data.”
Future EDW plans — “The concept of data is never-ending.”
Pam McNutt, Bill Spooner, and Gary Barnes were among the individuals recognized for outstanding leadership, and Sutter Health and Trinity Health were among the organizations acknowledged for their contributions to the field at the CHIME13 Fall CIO Forum, held last week in Scottsdale, Ariz. McNutt, who serves as senior VP and CIO of Methodist Health […]