Healthcare information technology can fail badly if CIOs and other health IT leaders at provider organizations don't get it right from the beginning.
That's why health IT implementation best practices are so important. And that is the topic of this week's HIMSSCast podcast.
Ryan Oliver, research director at KLAS Research, discusses the very high correlation between Best in KLAS status and successful implementations, the beginning of health IT implementations and what health IT leaders should be focusing on, and examples of some of the most important implementation best practices for provider organizations.
KLAS Landmark Insights and what it seeks to achieve.
The correlation between Best in KLAS status and successful implementations is very high, and 100% for more complex systems.
A good start really is important, and KLAS data supports this.
The beginning of health IT implementations and what healthcare provider organization CIOs and other health IT leaders should be focusing on.
A deep dive into one of the most important implementation best practices for provider organizations.
A deep dive into another important implementation best practice for provider organizations that you have found.
More on this week's subject:
Implementation best practices: Patient engagement tech done right
Implementation best practices: The keys to launching an EHR
Implementation best practices: Teeing up telemedicine
Implementation best practices: Dealing with the complexity of AI
Implementation best practices: Laying out the infrastructure
Implementation best practices: Clinical communication in the spotlight
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