Large vendors aren’t the only ones shaping the future of healthcare – so why do they have the biggest platforms? It doesn’t have to be that way, says Dan Nigrin, MD, who talks about what made ViVE a success during its inaugural run, and how CHIME and HLTH have incorporated feedback to make the event as valuable as possible for healthcare leaders.
One of the biggest mistakes healthcare organizations make, according to Kim Majerus of AWS, is failing to look at IT projects holistically. “It shouldn’t be a give and take,” she said. During a chat at ViVE, she also spoke about the enormous potential to leverage social determinants and why she believes healthcare is “personal.”
As organizations deal with the lingering challenges stemming from Covid, while looking ahead at how digital tools can help improve engage and ease burnout, it’s never been more important for leaders to come together, as several did during a panel at ViVE22.
Although a number of critical issues were discussed at ViVE22, there were a few that particularly resonated with CIOs and digital leaders and “will continue to shape the healthcare landscape,” according to David Chou.
The key to accelerating innovation – and solving the biggest problems in healthcare – is bringing “the whole health and care ecosystem together,” said Keith Fraidenburg, COO of CHIME, during a discussion about the upcoming ViVE event.