The best way to manage an environment in which things are constantly changing, and there is no blueprint? With a dynamic, agile approach that includes frequent huddles, says Tom Andriola, Vice Chancellor of IT at UC Irvine.
When it comes to COVID-19, the problem isn’t a lack of information, but a lack of credible information, says Tom Andriola, who believes the onus is on health systems to “help people pragmatically make decisions that are going to keep them safe.”
As healthcare organizations deal with an influx of patients, the top priority for information security leaders to “minimize the effects of anything else” so that clinicians can focus on patient care, according to our expert panelists.
The most sophisticated cybersecurity solutions on the market can’t keep data safe unless the right processes are in place, which includes consistent education and effective communication, say our panelists. “It’s not about tools and technology; it’s about people.”
Despite advances in technology, perioperative care is still fragmented and variable, says Dr. Zeev Kain, who believes a “highly collaborate” integrated care model can help move the needle.