We talk about cures: the transformation of information technologies related to health. The street of the Cleveland Clinic. (IT’s About Patient Care: Transforming Healthcare Information Technology the Cleveland Clinic Way): a book to reread today, available online, written in 2016, very topical, by Dr. C. Martin Harris, MD, one of the CIO (Chief information officer), director of hospital information technology, best known in the world. Under his leadership, information technology at the Cleveland Clinic accelerates the transformation to value-based healthcare.
Use of technology to build trust
Dr. Harris’s insights allow for the use of technology to build trust and relationships rather than to depersonalize services or frustrate doctors. Thirty years of experience in the transformation of one of the largest structures in the world deserve to be known. Having worked with Dr. Martin Harris and the Cleveland Clinic for over a decade, I can attest to the fact that the concept of patient care underpinned by incredible technological advances in perfect harmony in that world-class facility. Dr. Harris brilliantly captured the essentials of both technology and patient care, wrote General James L. Jones, former National Security Advisor to the President of the United States, former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe.
* Member of Digital Health Working Group, European Public Health Alliance (WG-DH EPHA); CIRM medical director
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