The End of Secrecy? (a preview of a talk at CHIME19)

I’m at CHIME19 this week: the College of Health Information Management Executives, Fall Forum. Eight hundred Healthcare CIO’s and a growing number of CMIO’s are members. My CIO, Steve Hess and I are giving a talk called “Is this the End of Secrecy in Healthcare?” where we outline our (sometimes) rocky journey toward ever-increasing transparency for our patients.

We know that an informed patient is much more likely to be an engaged patient, and engaged patients have better health outcomes. So, how do we increase the information available to patients? We have to overcome inertia, fear, and sometimes, epithets.

We were interviewed by Kate Gamble of Health System CIO to preview the contents of our talk, see below.

https://healthsystemcio.com/2019/11/01/how-uchealth-is-leveraging-transparency-to-create-a-better-user-experience/

Sometimes we have to look outside of healthcare for our inspiration:

  • OpenTable
  • Travelocity
  • Wikipedia
  • Instagram
  • Yelp
  • 23andMe

Confused? Excited? Freaked out? So were we.

CMIO’s take? Is this the End of Secrecy? Yes. Yes it is.

Author: CT Lin

CMIO, UCHealth (Colorado); Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine

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