Today’s Health Tech Needs at the Enterprise Level
Major health tech challenges, such as security breaches and increasing demand for analytics and AI, drive a need for technical leaders.
Building Towards Technical Leadership
One major theme in this conversation: skills needed from leadership to make better technical decisions. These include understanding the basics on how to avoid data fallacies as well as the impact of later standards in interoperability and AI.
Another major topic was how these basics and newer demands play into value based care. We’ve covered that subject with Intermountain Healthcare/Castell in a previous episode. In summary, healthcare technology enables health systems to operationalize their strategies.
Many great leaders played a part in this conversation. In addition to the conversation, keep an eye out for questions and comments from leaders like Joe Wilkins and Darren Burch.
These continue to be open, strategic discussions in healthcare. So, if you feel you’ve missed out, don’t worry! Because these conversations cover so much ground, we’ve divided it into sections that you can access below.
- 00:00 Introductions
- 02:25 The Function of IT Within A Health System
- 05:24 The Changing Role of IT and the Customer Experience Within The Pandemic
- 07:03 Health Tech and the Shift towards Value Based Care
- 08:33 The Role of The CIO
- 11:39 When Technical Leadership is Left Out of Strategic Decisions
- 14:56 How will organizations use AI health tech in the next year?
- 20:38 How to Build Towards Strategic/Technical Leadership
- 24:00 Why Health Systems Have Been Slow to Adopt AI Healthcare Technology
- 26:48 Moral Obligations to Data Transparency
- 29:30 Basic IT Tools Required for a CIN Network To Manage Risk and P4P Contracts
- 33:00 Final Thoughts