A panel of healthcare leaders shared how to capture and sustain advances in digital maturity made during COVID-19 at the HETT conference.
Ahead of a new cohort of 50 top international health leaders joining the HIMSS community, Healthcare IT News explores what it takes leaders to weather the storm of a health crisis.
Capps, a physician who comes to the Georgia health system after nearly two decades at North Carolina's Novant Health, will also serve as chief digital officer.
The organization acknowledged the racist and exclusionary actions of its commonly recognized founder, Dr. Nathan Davis, and announced that it would be removing his bust from public display.
The Rochester facility, which won't open until staff COVID-19 safety comes more into focus, will enable the two organizations to build on their "shared cultures of collaboration" said Mayo CIO Cris Ross.
ChristianaCare Chief Information Security Officer Anahi Santiago says she's drawn some lasting lessons from the hectic past 12 months, which offered a powerful reminder that "the human component is integral to the success of information security."
The Biden administration this week announced the latest round of appointments to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
For AI to have impact, it must take a human-centered approach, easily integrate into physician workflows and be friendly to use.
Dr. Tanuj Gupta, vice president at Cerner Intelligence, talks gender and racial algorithm bias, whether AI could replace clinicians, and how machine learning should be regulated.
Digital health leaders discuss practical ways to mitigate evolving problems in large-scale digital projects during a recent virtual HETT fireside chat.