Jim Adams Discusses Using Big Data Successfully to Care for PatientsNovember 11th 2021
Gathering and having access to an enormous amount of data isn’t the most important thing; using that data at the time of need to influence care choices is crucial, said Jim Adams, chief innovation officer, AllianceRx Walgreens Prime.
Heather Bonome, Pharm.D.: Telehealth Has Improved Collaboration Between ProvidersNovember 6th 2021
While telehealth is traditionally defined as between a patient and their provider, the use of telehealth to connect providers has been important, said Heather Bonome, PharmD, director, pharmacy URAC.
George Van Antwerp on Understanding the Right Data to Address Health DisparitiesNovember 4th 2021
Using and analyzing data for some subpopulations is still in the early stages and there remain a lot of questions around what is the right data to collect, said George Van Antwerp, MBA, managing director, Deloitte Consulting.
Technology Expert Jesse Fasolo Highlights Cybersecurity Threats to HealthcareOctober 30th 2021
Information security is changing so fast, healthcare systems need to work on shorter strategies so they can pivot to what’s current, said Jesse Fasolo, PhD student, director, technology infrastructure & cybersecurity, information security officer, St. Joseph's Health.
Dr. Leslie Kantor Examines the Potential “Twindemic” Impact on Health SystemsOctober 27th 2021
The possibility of hospitals and health systems being hit by both COVID-19 and flu hospitalizations makes it crucial people get vaccinated against both, said Leslie Kantor, PhD, MPH, chair and professor of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health, Rutgers School of Public Health.
Dr. Edmondo Robinson Highlights the Growing Use of AIOctober 21st 2021
Telehealth isn't the only enduring technology that was implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic; artificial intelligence (AI) was being used more than ever across Moffitt Cancer Center, said Edmondo Robinson, MD, MBA, MS, FACP, senior vice president and chief digital officer at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Dr. Edmondo Robinson Outlines Hospital Readiness to Receive Large Amounts of Patient DataOctober 15th 2021
Hospitals and health systems are largely not equipped to handle all the patient data they could receive and turn it into actionable information, explained Edmondo Robinson, MD, MBA, MS, FACP, senior vice president and chief digital officer at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Craig Newman Highlights How Administrative Work Impacts Physicians' Ability to Provide Quality HealthcareSeptember 10th 2021
Craig Newman, the chief strategy officer at HealthChannels for ScribeAmerica, discusses the amount of time that physicians, nurses, and scribes spend on administrative work and how the pandemic has exacerbated the need for things to change.
TURNING POINTS: UNC Health Southeastern's Joann Anderson Says, "Don't Overlook the Emotions" Behind Challenging SituationsAugust 5th 2021
The fifth installment of Turning Points, a Chief Healthcare Executive™ video series in which retiring CEOs reflect on changes they've witnessed throughout their career and discuss the future of healthcare for aspiring healthcare professionals.
Infectious Disease Expert Dr Hilary Babcock Addresses Vaccine Mandates in Healthcare SettingsAugust 4th 2021
Hilary Babcock, MD, MPH, infectious disease specialist at Washington University and BJC Healthcare in St. Louis, Missouri, discusses the COVID-19 vaccine and other vaccine mandates in healthcare settings.
TURNING POINTS: UAB Health System's Will Ferniany, PhD, Says, "If You Put the Patient First You Will Not Make a Mistake"July 27th 2021
In the fourth installment of the Chief Healthcare Executive™ video series Turning Points, the retiring leader of Alabama's largest academic health system discusses the need for healthcare equity and the mission to improve the health of everyone in the state.
TURNING POINTS: Citizens Memorial’s Gary Fulbright Urges Healthcare Policymakers, “Pay Us Appropriately”July 16th 2021
Third installment of Turning Points, a Chief Healthcare Executive™ video series in which retiring healthcare executives and CEOs reflect on changes they’ve witnessed over the course of their career and discuss the prospective healthcare landscape for future generations.
TURNING POINTS: Hospital Sisters’ Mary Starmann-Harrison Advises, “Make the Difficult Decisions Sooner Rather than Later”July 8th 2021
Second installment of Turning Points, a Chief Healthcare Executive™ video series that invites retiring hospital and health system CEOs to share insights on how the healthcare landscape has changed and what challenges await the next generation of healthcare leaders.
TURNING POINTS: Huntsville’s David Spillers Says, “We Have Extended the Reach of Healthcare”July 1st 2021
First installment of a new video series in which retiring health system CEOs reflect on the changing healthcare landscape and the challenges that await the next generation of healthcare leaders.
Dr Cacchione: Mantra at Ascension During COVID-19 Was, Take Care of the Patients, Take Care of the StaffJune 4th 2021
Joseph Cacchione, MD, FACC, executive vice president of Clinical & Network Services at Ascension, discusses how his company was able to provide care and support to patients and staff during the pandemic.
Ascension’s Dr Cacchione Discusses How the Health System Brought Vaccines to the Communities It ServesJune 2nd 2021
Ascension's use of a multi-channel approach to get COVID-19 vaccines to their communities was beneficial in improving access, said Joseph Cacchione, MD, FACC, executive vice president of Clinical & Network Services at Ascension.
“Standard as Possible, Different as Necessary,” Is Ascension’s Approach to Quality Across Multistate System, Dr Cacchione SaysMay 31st 2021
Joseph Cacchione, MD, FACC, executive vice president of Clinical & Network Services at Ascension, explained the advantages of working in a multi-state system during a pandemic and how Ascension catered its response to better serve diverse populations.
Dr Cacchione Shares Ascension’s Lessons From the Pandemic’s Challenging Early DaysMay 29th 2021
Joseph Cacchione, MD, FACC, executive vice president of Clinical & Network Services at Ascension, described some of the lessons he learned from operating in states that were hit hard during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data Helps Drive the Mission of Helping the Most Vulnerable During COVID-19, Dr Cacchione SaysMay 28th 2021
Joseph Cacchione, MD, FACC, executive vice president of Clinical & Network Services at Ascension, discusses how collecting data on social determinants on health and food insecurity helped address health equity during the pandemic.