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Leading Through Change with Kristin Myers of Mount Sinai

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Leading Through Change with Kristin Myers of Mount Sinai

September 3, 2021

Leading Through Change with Kristin Myers of Mount Sinai

September 3, 2021: Kristin Myers, CIO at Mount Sinai brings us up to speed on her game plan for cybersecurity, digital solutions, patient experience and managing a remote team. 12% of all ransomware attacks are in healthcare. Downtime is dangerous. What kind of CISO should you hire to help defend your health system in the best way possible? What challenges has Mount Sinai been addressing through the pandemic? What’s the best way to get patient feedback? How do you determine and prioritize the best care solutions? What technology do you need to put in place? And where are we at with AI-Enhanced Medical Imaging?

Key Points:

  • Having direct patient input into the solutions is extremely important [00:06:40] 
  • What is the best philosophy on build versus buy? [00:07:15] 
  • Healthcare has been a little behind other sectors as it relates to cybersecurity maturity [00:10:05]
  • The key to remote working is communication, being transparent and making sure that you're available to your team [00:23:10] 
  • Mount Sinai

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