“Healthcare organizations and companies in other sectors are redesigning IT operations to better meet the demands of external customers. That is creating the need to redefine job roles, but many organizations lack sufficient skills on staff in such areas of analytics and data management.
That’s the conclusion of a new study, ‘As Tech Management Structures Change, Roles Become More Strategic and Externally Focused,’ by Forrester Research. The report by Marc Cecere, vice president at Forrester Research and the principal analyst serving CIOs, examines how key roles in IT will change over the next five to seven years.”
The foregoing excerpt from the article entitled 8 ways the future of IT is changing published on June 20, 2017, in Health Data Management on-line (http://bit.ly/2sGCkEL) refers to eight specific changes as quoted here:
- The number in IT will shrink significantly.
- Key roles will become increasingly strategic and externally focused.
- Agile methods and DevOps teams will be the default.
- Back to school.
- Communications skills.
- More roles to manage.
- Find the right expert.
- Embrace new automation.
An information technology (IT) solution compliant with The Cloud Healthcare Appliance Real-Time Solution as a Service (CHARTSaaS) reference architecture (RA), which solution will enable healthcare provider subject matter experts to create IT applications a.k.a. “apps” for cognitive support with little or no expert help from IT staff, facilitates all of the changes identified.
Please read the cited article and then validate my CHARTSaaS RA proposition to your own satisfaction by reading the white paper at http://bit.ly/2r1OtoR, viewing the tutorials posted on YouTube (http://bit.ly/2sVajvS and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5OtbCCDNLs) and also by reviewing the details of CHARTSaaS™ and the CHARTSaaS RA™ in these presentations:
Healthcare providers will benefit significantly from appreciating and then applying a CHARTSaaS RA-compliant IT solution. To do so will mitigate medical mistakes (currently the third leading cause of patient deaths. per Makaray and Daniel (re http://bit.ly/1rtW6Sa); thereby minimizing patient adverse events and optimizing clinical case outcomes while maximizing the cost-effectiveness of care and treatment, and also accelerating the accrual and facilitating the application of medical knowledge.