In times of change, leaders have to learn to think big picture and how to share that vision with those they lead. This podcast episode touches on a number of topics but centers around leadership’s role in change management and how important that is in accomplishing your goals.
This white paper shares a framework for building the digitally enabled health system of the future with a focus on health and wellness and a transformational impact on care delivery and quality.
Five women entrepreneurs share advice and the lessons learned from starting their own business.
Implementation of an Evidence-Based Electronic Health Record (EHR) Downtime Readiness and Recovery Plan
This OJNI report dives into the implementation of EHRs and downtime readiness and recovery plans.
If you’re looking to streamline and improve your organization’s third-party cybersecurity strategy consider these five lessons learned from professionals in the healthcare industry.
Our guest writer shares that increasing health innovation in your organization requires you to be as agile as possible while also rapidly adjusting to the requirements of your customer base.
Join AMDIS and HIMSS in this on-demand webinar series to explore the role, value and journey of medical informatics as critical components in the future of medicine.
As we look toward a brighter future in health, Terri Sanders, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Marketing and Communications, offers insights on the factors that led to our new strategic direction and what these changes mean for the HIMSS community.
How to Prepare for Downside Risk: A Disciplined Approach to Building Organizational Readiness Webinar
The clock is ticking for new MSSP Pathways to Success ACOs—downside risk is coming in one to two years. This webinar can help ACO leaders identify the key initiatives required to build organizational readiness.
Neil Patel, executive vice president of HIMSS and president of Healthbox, walks through what it takes to drive a successful innovation strategy within your healthcare organization.
Now is the time for health IT leaders to internalize the characteristics of learning health systems and advocate to all of their constituencies so that we can make great strides in improving health and healthcare and reducing costs. Not only can we use health IT to share evidence with c...