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In this podcast, David Finn discusses how to manage the aftermath of a cyber incident including the current threat landscape and latest trends in healthcare. He shares real-world examples, how to build a business case for incident response, and the importance of involving key business and clinical stakeholders.
In this podcast, Tom Stafford discusses the importance of using leadership principles with real world examples to motivate, guide, and transform your organization. From being Accessible, Visible, and Approachable, to embedding core objectives into the delivery of IT, he shares how it has led his team to not only drastically reduce turnover and deliver innovation on a consistent basis.
In this episode, Dr. Anthony Chang, a pediatric cardiologist and the Chief Innovation & Intelligence Officer at Children’s Hospital of Orange County, discusses his journey as a physician and data scientist with a passion for the applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in clinical medicine.
In this two-part podcast, Sri Bharadwaj discusses the current state of cybersecurity in healthcare. With the proliferation of threats, breaches, and endless challenges, he shares the best way to be prepared for today and how to build for the future. Core ideas includes the importance of innovation, building a sustainable budget, and the guidelines for structured frameworks.
In this episode, David Chou shares how the role of the CIO in transforming healthcare is an ever-changing landscape requiring constant reinvention. The importance of building and cultivating a high-performing team while managing individual stakeholders is a core deliverable in leading digital transformation for an organization.
In this episode, Tamara StClaire discusses how The Blockchain has the potential to replace and re-architect many incumbent systems to remove friction and provide for new business models, greater efficiencies and trust in healthcare. Several applications being explored are: master patient identification, autonomous auto-adjudication, longitudinal patient history, interoperability, supply chain management, clinical trials, and unleashing data for research.
In this episode, Vicki Shillington shares how organizations have typically been structured with employees recognized simply as the cogs in the system, managers the zookeepers and work as the daily grind. Humanity has literally been designed out of our organizations over the past few decades. In the past, there wasn’t much one could do about it, organizations could pretty much treat employees however they wanted. Until now.