How does healthcare innovate? Datica explores this topic in a new series of interviews with the industry's top thinkers and doers. Follow along with us as we uncover insights to catalyzing change in healthcare.
Since 2014, Datica has kept its finger on the operational pulse of hospital CIOs, sharing important technology concerns with the broader healthcare IT industry from the CIO vantage point. To assess the most important issues for CIOs in 2018, Datica conducted a survey of 175 hospital CIOs. The results of this survey, as outlined in this special report, depict the current runway for healthcare IT executives as they contemplate migrating their organizational data to the cloud.Download your free report
For the last several quarters, we have brought you unique perspectives on disparate topics affecting innovation in healthcare. In this 1st quarterly report of 2018, we highlight and reinforce what we know to be true, and what many of you are experiencing: the digital health transformation is happening now and is grounded in innovation. Its sources might surprise you.
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In this issue, we explore the theme of insight and information about the public and private cloud options available to healthcare teams.
Expansive, useful, and original insights from key leaders about the complicated and multi-dimensional effort of digital transformation and innovation in the health care environment.
Clinical Transformation Officer, Ocshner Health System
January 19, 2018 EHR Innovation Podcast
We didn’t begin seeing the Clinical Transformation Officer role within healthcare in wide numbers until around 2014. Possibly this is due, in part, to the multi-disciplinary domain of digital health becoming widely viewed as providing an avenue for transforming healthcare at the same time. Today’s podcast with Ocshner’s Clinical Transformation Officer Dr. Richard Milani takes even those with limited knowledge of the role and provides context into how this role fits within the ecosystem of healthcare innovation. Datica’s Chief Data Officer, Mark Olschesky, sat down with Dr. Milani while in New Orleans to speak at the HL7 Partners in Interoperability Summit, and visited with him to learn more about the innovations that Ocshner is delivering—and how this health system views clinical transformation.Listen now
Author, "Casino Healthcare"
September 29, 2017 Pricing Healthcare News Security Healthcare Costs Podcast HIPAA
If you have ever wanted to understand how the healthcare system works, today’s podcast with author Dan Munro is a good place to start. As a Forbes contributor, Dan has written countless articles on healthcare policy. His book, “Casino Healthcare: The Health of a Nation: America’s Biggest Gamble” is a culmination and extension of what his research uncovered on the subject of the U.S. healthcare. Interestingly enough, he says even after the election, virtually nothing has changed from the time he published the book in 2016. Travis Good sits down with Dan to talk healthcare policy, the promise of a national patient identifier, EHRs, data access and integration in a lively, insightful chat about everything healthcare.Listen now
Professor of Medicine, UCSF; Director of Clinical Informatics, UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation
August 30, 2017 EHR Workflows Cloud Computing Startups Innovation Open Source Apps
Never has so much patient-generated data been available. Yet, without a way to organize, digest and make sense of it all, most of these kernels of insight are left untapped. Many digital health companies from coast to coast are working on technologies to remedy that situation. In today’s podcast, we talk to UCSF’s Dr. Aaron Neinstein who gives us a glimpse into some of those promising technologies. He also offers an inside look at the patient-generated data challenges for doctors and what the future may hold for combining this data with what physicians presently can gather in a clinical setting.Listen now