Dr. Sarah Pletcher, system vice president and executive medical director for strategic innovation at Houston Methodist, discusses how the health system stays clear-eyed in its vision.
Designed to replace complex surveillance networks built with multiple devices, this dome camera gives users situational awareness in all directions.
Healthcare organizations shouldn’t shy away from innovation, but that doesn’t necessarily mean buying the newest, shiniest gadgets.
A focus on sustainability touches large-scale initiatives such as new construction and targeted efforts to reduce hospital waste.
Recipe for Success
What is a software bill of materials, or SBOM, and what does it mean for connected medical device security?
Providers need to be vigilant about protecting themselves and patients against different forms of phishing.
A Brighter Picture
Modern data platforms help organizations measure performance and empower data-driven decision-making. This permits high-quality, equitable and low-cost care.
Rural, independent and community hospitals face resource limitations. It’s important to implement cost-saving strategies supported by strong IT partnerships and federal funding.
Brick by Brick
To mitigate the risks associated with third-party providers, healthcare organizations are investing in monitoring tools, drafting incident response plans and carefully evaluating contracts for security provisions.
Healthcare organizations are relying on virtual sitting programs to keep patients safe and support bedside nurses.
Light the Way
Providers are accelerating their digital health strategies, evolving not just their technologies but their mindsets as well.
From its foundation to its future, healthcare is moving toward more seamless and efficient workflows for staff and more collaborative and personalized care for patients.
A UPMC telehealth leader explains why it’s not the end of the road for innovation, even as the public health emergency ends.