Skip to main content
Skip to main navigation
Skip to footer

by Cerner Corporation | Dr. Tom Selva
Published on February 21, 2017

With all the transformation occurring in the health care industry, IT leaders need to develop strategy that enables its organizations to be more agile, productive and innovative to deliver tangible results.

Dr. Tom Selva, chief medical information officer at University of Missouri Health Care, who also serves as the medical director for the Tiger Institute, discusses how to choose the right strategic IT projects in episode 4 of The Cerner Podcast.

In this episode, Dr. Selva answers five questions:

  • In your view, what is the importance of a cohesive, connected information technology system?
  • Different departments often have different IT agendas and disparate funding streams. How do you bring all of these entities together under one comprehensive system?
  • Considering multiple organizations are involved in this process, what are the essential steps to develop a defined IT governance process?
  • In your experience, how can IT teams demonstrate value from a cohesive effort?
  • What is your advice to health systems looking to implement a cogent information technology (IT) governance structure?

Listen to Dr. Selva's episode below, and never miss a podcast by following Cerner on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn!

A Leap Forward for Value-Based Care

by Dr. Debbie Zimmerman
July 9, 2018
Lumeris and Cerner announce a 10-year, strategic operating relationship to create Maestro Advantage™, a collaboration which leverages the significant investments health systems have made in digitizing their clinical and process data.

Read full post

Ep. 82: Dignity Health's Sean Turner on Leveraging HIEs for Disaster Preparedness

by Sean Turner
July 3, 2018
HIEs empower the appropriate, timely sharing of vital patient information between organizations, which can better inform decision making at the point of care. There’s even more potential for HIEs to impact outcomes when it comes to disaster preparedness, as they have the potential to provide timely access to clinical information in response to a disaster.

Read full post

Unpacking the U.S. Federal Government’s Role in Advancing Health IT Interoperability Policies

by Meg Marshall
June 28, 2018
There are many options to consider as health IT policy levers can be any form of incentive, penalty or mandate used to effectuate change in support of health IT adoption, use or interoperability.

Read full post