HealthLeaders Media March 4, 2021
Jason Harber

Each day, hospitals face stiff challenges in trying to ensure high quality patient care while balancing the constraints across the organization.

“It requires a holistic view to do it well, but the reality is hospital leaders still rely on a disjointed process of spreadsheets, phone calls, texts, and even faxes to make critical operating decisions,” says Jason Harber, executive vice president of operations at Hospital IQ. He says that digital transformation allows organizations to increase their situational awareness, automate business practices, and embed AI to improve decision making. Harber discusses how digital transformation platforms are helping healthcare organizations improve key areas that have suffered more financial pressure than ever before due to COVID-19 and other industry disruptors.

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Analytics, Health System / Hospital, Provider, Technology
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