10 hospital innovation leaders share the No. 1 tech device they couldn’t live without at work

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Here, 10 digital innovation leaders from medical facilities and health systems throughout the country share the tech device or software they reach for all day long at their jobs.

Aaron Martin, executive vice president and chief digital officer at Providence (Renton, Wash.): Probably my Macbook..

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Peter Fleischut, MD, senior vice president and chief change officer at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (New York City): My phone.

Editors note: Responses have actually been lightly modified for clearness and length.

Nick Patel, MD, chief digital officer at Prisma Health (Columbia, S.C.): My tablet PC. Its in my bag everywhere I go; I can do whatever on it. I can access my EHR, my whole suite of Office 365 consisting of Teams and Skype for organization. © Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2020. Intrigued in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content?

John Brownstein, PhD, chief innovation officer at Boston Childrens Hospital: Zoom.

Lisa Prasad, vice president and chief development officer at Henry Ford Health System (Detroit): My Mac.

Tom Andriola, vice chancellor of IT and data at UC Irvine (Calif.): I would still state my laptop computer– sorry, I understand thats uninteresting.

Omer Awan, chief data and digital officer at Atrium Health (Charlotte, N.C.): My iPhone.

Nick Patel, MD, primary digital officer at Prisma Health (Columbia, S.C.): My tablet PC. Its in my bag all over I go; I can do everything on it. I can access my EHR, my entire suite of Office 365 including Teams and Skype for business. I like it.

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Tuesday, September 29th, 2020
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Muthu Krishnan, PhD, chief digital transformation officer at IKS Health (Burr Ridge, Ill.): My work laptop. Our ability to link from anywhere firmly helps me keep my work (and meeting schedule) in sync with my coworkers, customers and partners.

Daniel Durand, MD, primary innovation officer at LifeBridge Health (Baltimore): Its not a super new tech device, but automated speech acknowledgment and dictation software application. It is really essential for my specialized and an increasing variety of physicians and keeps improving every year.

Sara Vaezy, primary digital method and organization advancement officer at Providence (Renton, Wash): My iPhone. I can do 85 percent of what I need to do for my job on it.