This week, I am very pleased to share podcast episode #25, which is a huge milestone for us. I have been extremely fortunate to be able to feature some of the most influential leaders in healthcare and technology for the past year and a half. I’m super thrilled that Ed Marx, CIO of Cleveland Clinic, agreed to be our featured guest on this episode, considering Ed was my guest on our very first podcast episode in early 2018. Ed, who is currently also leading the digital transformation efforts for Cleveland Clinic, has a simple message for healthcare CIOs with a traditional mindset: disrupt or be disrupted.
Consumer health apps are making a huge comeback, after the dismal failure of an entire legion of digital health startups a few years ago. This time around, it is household brands like Walmart, Walgreens, and Amazon leading the charge. Traditional health systems are not going to be left behind. I discuss the new dynamic in my latest blog in CIO online.
We have curated a set of other interesting pieces related to the digital health companies, the changing org models in healthcare enterprises, and the aggressive moves by brick and mortar retailers reconfiguring their businesses to serve healthcare consumers.
Digital transformation in healthcare: our picks for the week
A slew of consumer health apps from non-traditional players have hit the market lately. Traditional healthcare providers are also stepping up to meet consumer needs and preferences.
A breakdown of how the big consumer health/ pharma retail chains are reconfiguring their stores to meet the new healthcare consumer’s needs.
The digital health story of 2019 is about a long-awaited IPO boom. The subtext to that is late-stage funding dominates the VC landscape.
The digital health startup ecosystem, laid bare. Draw your own conclusions.
When elephants dance…how the two giants of cloud computing are locked in a fierce battle to win and retain their key clients.
Traditional enterprises are not going to lie down and have digital upstarts take over their customer relationships.
With CIO roles becoming more complex, chief of staff roles become more important.
How the Chief Innovation Officer role is now morphing to adjust to enterprise digital transformation.
A “Sputnik” moment for quantum computing?
The latest from Damo Consulting
“If you’re a traditional CIO with a traditional mindset, you’re going to be disrupted.”
A review of the financial and market performance of global technology consulting firms in healthcare.
Our latest research report explores the current state of digital transformation in healthcare.