When it comes to clinical informatics, some believe discussing details is “getting too into the weeds.” Dirk Stanley, MD, however, takes a different stance. “Clinical teams need you to care about the details, so that you can develop the complete blueprints that will help build great workflows,” he wrote in the second of a two-part series.
Document management may not sound too exciting; that is, “until you learn about how it impacts your infrastructure and operations.” In this piece, Dirk Stanley, MD, CMIO at UConn Health, provides guidance for knowing and understanding the different components of applied clinical informatics.
For cybersecurity leaders, learning “how to foster innovation while ensuring robust defenses against ever-evolving threats” has become quite the dilemma, according to Dennis Leber. In this piece, he identifies the key threats and shares advice on how to mitigate them.
In healthcare, it simply isn’t possible to avoid unexpected clinical scenarios, according to Dirk Stanley, MD, CMIO at UConn Health. However, “with the right planning and tools, you can help your staff reach ordering or covering providers to communicate these important messages and close the loop on important patient care.”
A successful meeting is one in which leaders are able to anticipate different needs and generate a productive discussion to help solve a defined problem. Failure to execute on this can be costly, particularly in healthcare, according to Dirk Stanley, MD, CMIO at UConn Health.