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healthsystemCIO.com is the sole online-only publication dedicated to exclusively and comprehensively serving the information needs of healthcare CIOs.

Latest Episodes

Q&A with CIO Jamie Nelson, Part 1: “The Technology Is the Easy Part.”

The key to a successful implementation is remembering that the technology is the easy part, says Jamie Nelson, who talks about her team’s work at HSS. The hard part is the organizational transformation behind it.

10 MIN4 d ago
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Q&A with CIO Jamie Nelson, Part 1: “The Technology Is the Easy Part.”

Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 2: “You Can’t Be Terrified of the Unknown.”

Part of the CIO’s role is to ensure initiatives can be delivered in a way that doesn’t disrupt availability. What’s just as important, however, is having the confidence to proceed even when there is some risk, says Brian Lancaster.

13 MIN6 d ago
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Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 2: “You Can’t Be Terrified of the Unknown.”

Protecting Your Health System from Imposter-Based Emails

Enjoy an audio-only version of this healthsystemCIO Webinar: Most CISOs agree that the greatest vulnerability to their networks comes not from their technology, but their people. Since the cyber-criminals know this too, it's no surprise they've been targeting health systems using business-compromise emails. These emails target specific pre-selected individuals -- based on their roles and likely access -- and appear to be coming directly from leaders inside the organization. In this timely webinar, we'll hear more about these frighteningly effective attacks and learn just how IT professionals can empower their people to know a legitimate request from a con.

-1 s2 w ago
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Protecting Your Health System from Imposter-Based Emails

Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 1: “Consumerism Is a Key IT Strategy.”

Implementing EHRs is a critical step for health systems, no one doubts that. But to truly transform the way care is delivered, organizations have to do much more — especially around consumerism, says Brian Lancaster.

14 MIN2 w ago
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Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 1: “Consumerism Is a Key IT Strategy.”

Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 2: “There’s So Much More We Can Do.”

Artificial intelligence is not going to replace “highly trained clinicians who use their intuition and insight to make decisions,” but it can show them something they have missed, says Nader Mherabi, CIO at NYU Langone Health.

13 MIN2 w ago
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Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 2: “There’s So Much More We Can Do.”

An IT Executive’s Guide to Reducing Physician Burnout

Enjoy an audio version of this recent healthsystemCIO Webinar: While the increasing rate of physician burnout is caused by many factors, there is little doubt engaging with the electronic medical record is one of them. As such, it’s incumbent on IT executives to make working within that system as painless as possible. In this important webinar, we’ll speak to leaders who are focused on reducing doctor frustration with the computer so they can keep their mind, and their eyes, on the patient.

-1 s3 w ago
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An IT Executive’s Guide to Reducing Physician Burnout

Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 2: Change Management “Is All About Education.”

Change management may seem complex, but it really comes down to a very simple idea: “If people don’t understand why you’re doing something, they’ll never buy into it,” says Danny Scott, CIO at Good Samaritan.

10 MIN3 w ago
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Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 2: Change Management “Is All About Education.”

Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 1: “To Excel, You Have to Be Highly Digitalized.”

For organizations like NYU Langone, digital isn’t a buzzword; it’s a philosophy of leveraging technology to improve patient care, make processes more efficient, and reduce costs, says CIO Nader Mherabi.

12 MINJAN 23
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Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 1: “To Excel, You Have to Be Highly Digitalized.”

Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 1: “Our Job Is to Enable. That’s What IS Does.”

One of the biggest mistakes organizations can make? Focusing too much on the day to day, and not enough on strategic planning, says CIO Danny Scott. In this interview, he talks about what he has done to establish a “real vision” at Good Samaritan.

11 MINJAN 22
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Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 1: “Our Job Is to Enable. That’s What IS Does.”

Designing the Framework for a Cognitive Computing Ecosystem

CIOs receive numerous requests for implementing advanced analytics solutions by different internal service lines excited by the news from other organizations. A parallel push comes from vendor companies interested in selling solutions to them. These offerings, in many cases, have competing interests for predicting similar measures, and they all claim to have developed best-of-breed solutions with a very high accuracy. History shows that many of these engagements are limited to pilot projects with corresponding limited impact to what goes on at the bedside. This webinar will provide a high-level framework for establishing an ecosystem to nurture these initiatives. The presentation will go beyond algorithms and technologies to discuss both technical and organizational requirements and provide a blueprint of how they can be executed.

-1 sJAN 20
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Designing the Framework for a Cognitive Computing Ecosystem

Latest Episodes

Q&A with CIO Jamie Nelson, Part 1: “The Technology Is the Easy Part.”

The key to a successful implementation is remembering that the technology is the easy part, says Jamie Nelson, who talks about her team’s work at HSS. The hard part is the organizational transformation behind it.

10 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Q&A with CIO Jamie Nelson, Part 1: “The Technology Is the Easy Part.”

Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 2: “You Can’t Be Terrified of the Unknown.”

Part of the CIO’s role is to ensure initiatives can be delivered in a way that doesn’t disrupt availability. What’s just as important, however, is having the confidence to proceed even when there is some risk, says Brian Lancaster.

13 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 2: “You Can’t Be Terrified of the Unknown.”

Protecting Your Health System from Imposter-Based Emails

Enjoy an audio-only version of this healthsystemCIO Webinar: Most CISOs agree that the greatest vulnerability to their networks comes not from their technology, but their people. Since the cyber-criminals know this too, it's no surprise they've been targeting health systems using business-compromise emails. These emails target specific pre-selected individuals -- based on their roles and likely access -- and appear to be coming directly from leaders inside the organization. In this timely webinar, we'll hear more about these frighteningly effective attacks and learn just how IT professionals can empower their people to know a legitimate request from a con.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Protecting Your Health System from Imposter-Based Emails

Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 1: “Consumerism Is a Key IT Strategy.”

Implementing EHRs is a critical step for health systems, no one doubts that. But to truly transform the way care is delivered, organizations have to do much more — especially around consumerism, says Brian Lancaster.

14 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Q&A with Brian Lancaster, Part 1: “Consumerism Is a Key IT Strategy.”

Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 2: “There’s So Much More We Can Do.”

Artificial intelligence is not going to replace “highly trained clinicians who use their intuition and insight to make decisions,” but it can show them something they have missed, says Nader Mherabi, CIO at NYU Langone Health.

13 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 2: “There’s So Much More We Can Do.”

An IT Executive’s Guide to Reducing Physician Burnout

Enjoy an audio version of this recent healthsystemCIO Webinar: While the increasing rate of physician burnout is caused by many factors, there is little doubt engaging with the electronic medical record is one of them. As such, it’s incumbent on IT executives to make working within that system as painless as possible. In this important webinar, we’ll speak to leaders who are focused on reducing doctor frustration with the computer so they can keep their mind, and their eyes, on the patient.

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
An IT Executive’s Guide to Reducing Physician Burnout

Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 2: Change Management “Is All About Education.”

Change management may seem complex, but it really comes down to a very simple idea: “If people don’t understand why you’re doing something, they’ll never buy into it,” says Danny Scott, CIO at Good Samaritan.

10 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 2: Change Management “Is All About Education.”

Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 1: “To Excel, You Have to Be Highly Digitalized.”

For organizations like NYU Langone, digital isn’t a buzzword; it’s a philosophy of leveraging technology to improve patient care, make processes more efficient, and reduce costs, says CIO Nader Mherabi.

12 MINJAN 23
Comments
Q&A with CIO Nader Mherabi, Part 1: “To Excel, You Have to Be Highly Digitalized.”

Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 1: “Our Job Is to Enable. That’s What IS Does.”

One of the biggest mistakes organizations can make? Focusing too much on the day to day, and not enough on strategic planning, says CIO Danny Scott. In this interview, he talks about what he has done to establish a “real vision” at Good Samaritan.

11 MINJAN 22
Comments
Q&A with CIO Danny Scott, Part 1: “Our Job Is to Enable. That’s What IS Does.”

Designing the Framework for a Cognitive Computing Ecosystem

CIOs receive numerous requests for implementing advanced analytics solutions by different internal service lines excited by the news from other organizations. A parallel push comes from vendor companies interested in selling solutions to them. These offerings, in many cases, have competing interests for predicting similar measures, and they all claim to have developed best-of-breed solutions with a very high accuracy. History shows that many of these engagements are limited to pilot projects with corresponding limited impact to what goes on at the bedside. This webinar will provide a high-level framework for establishing an ecosystem to nurture these initiatives. The presentation will go beyond algorithms and technologies to discuss both technical and organizational requirements and provide a blueprint of how they can be executed.

-1 sJAN 20
Comments
Designing the Framework for a Cognitive Computing Ecosystem
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