One of the most important takeaways from Covid-19 is the consumers are willing to embrace change and absorb technology when it meets an actual need, and is both simple and intuitive, says CIO Robert Eardley.
Continued advances in computer technology and data analytics efforts are opening new frontiers in machine learning and artificial intelligence. How is healthcare leveraging these new technologies to improve patient outcomes and drive operational and ad...
The key to being a successful healthcare IT leader is to take advantage of the opportunities that come your way, while also creating opportunities for others, said CIO Sheree Mcfarland in this interview.
Though the 21st Century Cures Act is seeking to improve the situation by fostering interoperability and prohibiting information blocking, health systems are still struggling to produce high-quality data intelligence for clinicians at the point of care....
There are times when a leaders needs to put on a brave face and “soldier on.” This isn’t one of those times, says CIO Aaron Miri, who talks about the importance of showing vulnerability during a crisis.
Although on-premises deployments are still viable, by creating a number of new possibilities -- from completely remote to hybrid, and from public to private -- cloud is allowing IT leaders to rethink their EHR hosting strategies.
Once an end goal has been established - which, in University Hospitals' case, is improving patient access - sometimes the best strategy is to work backwards, said CIO Robert Eardley in this podcast interview.
Archiving Legacy Applications as a Key Tool in Maximizing ROI and Meeting the Post-COVID Cash Crunch
With revenues decimated by Covid-19, healthcare IT executives are under pressure to reduce expenses, and what better way to do so than cleaning out your application closet. In this webinar, panelists will discuss how to identify the applications whose ...
The biggest mistake healthcare organizations can make with telemedicine? Viewing it merely as a tool for communication, said CIO Aaron Miri in a podcast interview. “It’s a tool that can be shaped and molded like a piece of clay.”
Healthcare provider organizations are increasingly shifting their focus to meet consumer expectations in a digital world, where instant gratification and endless options are the status quo. The role of the CIO, meanwhile,