In Part I of this series, our experts discussed outsourcing options to help healthcare IT shops balance “keeping the lights on” with pursuing strategic initiatives and the benefits of partial outsourcing with a managed services partner.

As aptly noted by the Medical Group Management Association, "Health systems leaders are challenged to ensure technology investments are integrated to support the best patient experience possible and aid administrative processes and optimize workflows, from improving care coordination, to streamlining clinical documentation processing and care team communication."

In collaboration with First Health Advisory Established CIOs can maximize their effectiveness and make real progress toward organizational goals by taking time to reset priorities and benchmarks.

Partial outsourcing can free up resources to allow healthcare IT teams to focus on development, innovation, and value.

In our last Perspective about ESG, we wrote about the structure and components of an ESG program. In part two, we will take a look at investment and strategy.

Lessons learned from the pandemic and ‘tridemic’ present an opportunity for health systems to design solutions that benefit tech-savvy families, as well as children at high risk of poor health outcomes.

Governance, team building, vendor management, and facilitating change can help CIOs improve efficiency, reduce costs, and achieve organizational goals. Balancing IT objectives with increased cost pressures is possible when you focus on the right priorities,

Healthlink Advisors team analyzes practice workflows — as well as team members roles and skill sets — to develop IT enablement solutions that promote enhanced care coordination, quality, and efficiency In primary care practices, technology can enhance efficiency, optimize care coordination, and improve quality measures.

Whether you’ve heard about it at a conference, on social media, in the news, or from your CEO or board of directors, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) is a hot topic across all industry sectors — including healthcare technology.