For healthcare IT leaders, “the technology is the easy part,” said Chris Carmody, CTO at UPMC, during a recent interview. The real challenge comes in maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders.” He also talked about the benefits of migrating analytics to the cloud, why third-party risk management should be top of mind, and why he sees “a bright future” for healthcare.
After more than a quarter century with the organization, John Houston knows how to find his way around UPMC. And when it comes to being an effective security leader, that not only helps him move complex issues along, but also ensures everyone else knows who to come to for any security-related concerns. His guiding mantra? […]
The good news? Healthcare organizations are finding success when it comes to interoperability. The not-so-good news? That success often comes in sharing data within their own system, rather than with outsiders, according to research from the Center for Connected Medicine.
If we want to uncover the “true patient story,” we need to connect the dots across separate entities and look at data in a longitudinal way, says Dr. Rasu Shrestha, who talks about his team’s strategy at UPMC.
The best way to ensure success with pilot programs? By building a business case around specific pain points and identifying champions – and not ‘leading by pilot,’ says Dr. Rasu Shrestha of UPMC.