Meet the “Most Influential Women in Health IT” Webinar Recap

On Thursday, June 16th, the Most Influential Women in Health IT Award recipients shared their insights, experiences, and advice on driving transformational change in Health IT in a HIMSS-hosted webinar. Pixel Health’s own Barbara W. Casey, CRO, shared her career journey, how she found her voice as a leader, her thoughts on encouraging more women…

INFRAM Assessments Target Outdated Medical Technology, Processes

Healthcare continues to rapidly transform digitally, increasing the demand for new and better technologies to support clinician and patient workflows. To advance your health system’s digital transformation, it’s critical to first understand the information technology infrastructure supporting day-to-day operations, and then create a go-forward plan for advancement. But devising a comprehensive, sustainable infrastructure strategy can…

INFRAM+: A CIO’s Best Friend (Part 3 of a 3-part series)

INFRAM and INFRAM+ puts IT in the center of the strategic financial decision-making process  It garners invaluable input and support from clinicians, executives, and administrators  Proprietary strategic mapping correlates INFRAM results with clinical goals and provides an IT roadmap for budget and leadership consensus building INFRAM+: More Than Just Another Assessment  In part three of our series, we look at how INFRAM+, a proprietary…

INFRAM+: It’s All About Process (Part 2 of a 3-part series)

An INFRAM assessment is primarily tactical. INFRAM+ ties directly to clinical strategic initiatives A three-to-four day on site analysis involves IT and primary department, executive, and clinical stakeholders Proprietary strategic mapping ties specific technologies to specific clinical goals INFRAM+: Taking INFRAM from Tactics to Strategy  Not seeing the forest through the trees is a common mistake in the IT business. In part one of our…

INFRAM+: From Tactical Evaluation to Strategic Initiative

INFRAM+: Tactics vs Strategy  In part 1 of our three–part series, we look at the HIMSS Analytics Infrastructure Adoption Model (INFRAM) as a foundational building block. INFRAM is fast becoming the healthcare industry standard for evaluating a hospital or health system’s infrastructure stability and manageability in five key areas. Mobility  Security  Collaboration  Transport  Data Center  The resulting Baseline Achievement Report is just that, a baseline. INFRAM scores don’t provide a…