Innovative challenges for the modern CIO, three new videos

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What are the implications of the CIO as a venture capitalist? How can a CIO maximize the value of disruptive technology? How can a health system leverage analytics to predict future trends? Innovative challenges for the modern CIO is a series of three short videos that probe the answers to these questions and examine the integral value of this role. Discover unique perspectives and explore leading practices through a series of interviews with Deloitte’s key industry leaders and subject matter experts. In these impactful pieces, they share their experience and insights on the application of mHealth, the comparative and predictive nature of analytics, the advantages of disruptive technologies, M&A and the evolving role of the CIO as they hedge their bets, manage the IT portfolio across the enterprise and address the care of growing patient populations with complex needs.

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​The CIO as a venture capitalist: Working to establish an IT portfolio

The modern CIO must leverage every asset within their portfolio to contribute to the organization’s success. By asking themselves, where as an IT organization do I need to provide value to my health system? What is my future plan, back-up plan and how can I make thoughtful investments across all lines of business in order to achieve the organizations goals.

​The CIO’s role in Maximizing the Value of Disruptive Technologies

Where do you start?  The CIO’s ability to deal with disruptive technologies is critical to the organization as a whole.  Those investments and assets such as wearable devices, digital engagement, comparative analytics and disruptive technologies have become strategic in determining how they manage the population, and demonstrate value in a value-based reimbursement world.

​Analytics for the Modern CIO

Meaningful analytics are the necessary substrate for generating insights for decision making now and in the future.  Learn how health care organizations are leveraging data to predict future trends, learning from other industries like retail, and taking unstructured data and making it structured to present new and actionable data within their organization.

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