Digital health isn’t just another initiative to tackle; it’s a strategy that can help organizations “reimagine” the patient experience, while adding another dimension to the CIO role, say Jamie Nelson and Tim Zoph.
What lessons can the health IT industry take from the Meaningful Use measures when developing an interoperability framework? Focus on the complete care picture and not just technical aspects, says Tim Zoph.
A year after KLAS held its initial Cornerstone Summit, what has been accomplished? Quite a bit, says Tim Zoph, who shares learnings from the initial interoperability survey and discusses what needs to happen next.
“The next 5-10 years are going to be even more challenging.”
Senior leader/change agent/innovator
“Real-world stories” at Boot Camp
“We need to do more to prepare future leaders.”
The next chapter
A legacy of talent development
Connecting IT “to the mission of the organization”
Need for collaboration — “The work is too hard not to share what we’ve learned.”
Teaching work/life balance at CHIME Boot Camp
Delivering on a promise vs. promising to deliver