In the recent article, “7 Factors to Consider Before Investing in an Analytics System,” on Hospitals & Health Networks, Pam Arlotto advises hospital leaders on the issues they should consider before they begin to evaluate data analytics vendors. Read the full article here.
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About Pam Arlotto
Pam Arlotto has blazed new trails in healthcare for over 30 years. Under her leadership, Maestro Strategies was one of the first consulting firms to align healthcare business and clinical strategy with information technology strategy.
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RECORDED WEBINAR Presented by the Scottsdale Institute, Luke Webster, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Jvion, and Pam Arlotto, President and CEO, Maestro Strategies discuss the topic “From CMIO to CHIO: Information, Integration and Innovation.” This teleconference explores the evolving role of the CMIO. Dr. Webster shares his personal story and role as a CMIO. Initially focused on […]
In the recent article, “How to Surmount Health Care’s Interoperability Challenge,” on Hospitals & Health Networks, Pam Arlotto was quoted on the challenges of interoperability and how health systems should move forward to provide clinical integration and care coordination. Read the full article here.
Pam Arlotto was quoted in the recent article, “Interoperability is a C-suite Issue,” on Hospitals & Health Networks discussing how leaders need to steer the course. Read the full article here.
In the recent article, “Why the Lack of Interoperable Interfaces Costs Health Systems So Much” in Hospitals & Health Networks, Pam Arlotto shares her thoughts on the costs of dealing with interfaces. Read the full article here.
Information and technology is becoming pervasive in all aspects of clinical care delivery and financial management of the health care enterprise. Healthcare business, clinical and information technology leaders agree that IT is critical to population health management and value based reimbursement. Yet, for many, day to day problems often keep IT leadership in a fire-fighting […]
HIMSS16 – billed as the largest and most important healthcare IT conference in the United States occurred last week in Las Vegas. The message was loud and clear – something is different; the government mandate is over. Strategy is the new, new. For years the HIT world has encouraged alignment of enterprise strategy and the IT plan. Alignment suggests two […]
Almost twenty years ago, in 1996 after publishing “America’s Health in Transition: Protecting and Improving Quality” the Institute of Medicine launched a long term, ongoing concerted effort on assessing and improving the quality of healthcare. “To Err is Human” further galvanized the national movement to improve the quality and safety of our healthcare practices by […]
In a recent article in Trustee magazine, Pam Arlotto begins the discussion of how a three stage transformational framework can guide boards as they identify information technology priorities and evolve to value-based care models. Hospitals and systems now fall into one of three stages: Health Care 1.0 (EHR implementation, patient portals) Health Care 2.0 (Interoperable systems; mHealth and […]
Despite the healthcare consolidation trend and the health system strategy to build a “System of Care” across the healthcare continuum, affiliated providers continue to be an essential element of the care delivery process in most communities. Even with strong referral management processes and systems, physicians will still refer patients to providers outside the “owned assets” […]
- 7 Factors to Consider Before Investing in an Analytics SystemJuly 11, 2016 - 4:08 pm
- Population Health Management and The Care Management Platform BriefingJune 21, 2016 - 11:44 am
- From CMIO to CHIO: Information, Integration and InnovationJune 3, 2016 - 5:24 pm
- How to Surmount Health Care’s Interoperability ChallengeMay 18, 2016 - 2:11 pm
June 19 @ 9:00 am - June 20 @ 12:00 pm