- Improving healthcare quality and operations depends on a strong partnership between clinical and technical leadership
- The relationship between the CMIO, CNIO, and CIO is uniquely suited to realize improved outcomes
- Key strategies for the CIO to engage clinical leadership
When it comes to digital transformation, it’s natural for leadership, such as the Chief Information Officer, to rely heavily on technical expertise. After all, healthcare system infrastructures are often complex. However, successful CIOs know implementations and widespread technology adoption require considering the end-user and the environment. Enter: The CMIO and the CNIO.
Clinical technology leadership, such as the chief nursing informatics officer (CNIO) and the chief medical informatics officer (CMIO), blend technology with clinical experience. When these roles are joined by the CIO, the triad has the budget, knowledge, and access to key stakeholders needed to effectively transform care delivery.
Learn more about the value of the triple threat – the CMIO, CNIO, and CIO – by reviewing the infographic below.