3 healthcare CIOs on a decade of disruption

Telehealth expansion, cross-company cooperation and connectivity have been some of the defining factors of technology over the last decade, according to three CIOs of large healthcare organizations. They spoke to The Wall Street Journal about how disruptions over the past 10 years have affected their companies, in an April 4 report

Here is what three CIOs had to say about what has and what will change going forward:

  1. Francesco Tinto, CIO of Walgreen Boots Alliance said, "More and more, we talk about new business models that become enabled by technology … how we create the experience for the user, the experience for the external customer, and more importantly, how we create value from the data … the combination of internal and external data, structured data and unstructured data."

  2. Cigna's global CIO, Noelle Eder told The Journal, "There's way more connectivity across companies, ecosystem to ecosystem now than there was 10 years ago. You can see it show up from a risk-management standpoint in cybersecurity and supply chain. There's a lot of interdependency happening."

  3. Anil Bhatt, the global CIO of Anthem said, "The telehealth expansion with the focus on [augmented reality and virtual reality] is going to be very, very important."

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