Make informed decisions about how you approach interoperability. Learn about the timelines and provider responsibilities, strategic benefits of thinking beyond compliance, and steps leaders need to take.
Over the last decade there has been an enormous and unprecedented influx of capital into a wide array of health-related investments, ranging from consumer health services and devices, to innovative clinical treatments, to novel approaches to managing healthcare utilization and spend.
For weeks, CIOs and their teams have supported their health systems in preparing for and combating the COVID-19 pandemic. As many look beyond the initial surge, CIOs face a new stage of challenges as they consider how to best leverage technology to help their organizations survive and ultimately thrive in the “new normal."
While health systems have focused on the immediate health needs caused by COVID-19, cyberattacks have increased as hackers have exploited the outbreak's disruption. Learn five immediate key areas for health system focus that can have a positive impact on security and business continuity without incremental cost.
Data & Analysis
The Chartis Group and Kythera Labs have brought together a team of data scientists, visualization experts and industry thought leaders to develop the Telehealth Adoption Tracker, an advanced analytic tool designed to measure how COVID-19 has driven rapid telehealth adoption across the country.
COVID-19 has shifted health systems’ expansion of virtual health from an “optional” or longer-term play to an immediate and crucial priority. By taking this vital step, health systems leaders will help contain COVID-19 exposure in healthcare settings and expand capacity for non-COVID-19 patients to ensure they do not get crowded out.
Intelligent automation (IA), artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA) and machine learning (ML) are all hot buzzwords in today’s healthcare industry, and while slower to adopt, the healthcare sector is gradually embracing this technology.
C-suite executives from leading health systems around the country shared perspectives and lessons learned from deploying and scaling-up virtual care in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as their path forward as they push digital initiatives ahead in 2021 and beyond.
The explosion of healthcare data, changing consumer expectations and rapid acceleration of digital health solutions present great opportunities for healthcare delivery enterprises. To realize the promise from these advancements, health systems’ IT business units must fundamentally change how they operate.
COVID-19 has created a burning platform to fundamentally transform clinical processes to reduce the cost base, enable the restructure of the physician enterprise and transform the clinical operating model. To recapture volume and revenue, health systems must quickly transform their clinical operating model to provide coexisting systems of care for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients.