Schumacher Clinical Partners (SCP) CIO Chris Cotteleer was recently featured in the MIT Sloan Management Review 2017 Digital Business Report on the topic of digital maturity in contemporary businesses.
The article, Achieving Digital Maturity, profiles a global survey of more than 3,500 managers and executives, along with 15 interviews conducted with executives and thought leaders, including Cotteleer. They discuss various approaches to technology development, including implementing systemic changes that cultivate a digital culture; playing the long game in strategic planning; establishing scalable digital experiments that become enterprise-wide initiatives; understanding the need to become a talent magnet; and securing leaders who have vision and commitment to the digital world.
The focus of Cotteleer’s contribution is on the benefit of technology attracting and sustaining employees and clinicians at SCP. “We provide technologies that streamline their interaction with the computer so physicians can focus on serving patients,” explains Cotteleer in the article.
In follow-up, MIT Sloan also conducted a Q&A with Cotteleer titled: Big Data and IT Talent Drive Improved Patient Outcomes at Schumacher Clinical Partners, highlighting the ways in which SCP’s IT team leverages innovative, digital tools to better serve patients and providers during a time where data continues to change with the use of electronic medical records.