Becker's Healthcare June 13, 2024
Naomi Diaz

Artificial intelligence is slated to unlock new value from years of EHR data, Sarah Hatchett, senior vice president and CIO of Cleveland Clinic, told Becker’s.

Ms. Hatchett assumed her new role in May. She was promoted after serving as Cleveland Clinic’s interim CIO since August and has held IT and leadership roles at New York City-based NYC Health + Hospitals, Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health and Epic Systems.

Ms. Hatchett spoke with Becker’s about her priorities in her new role, building on the initiatives she started as interim CIO and what technology she is most excited to explore.

Editor’s note: Responses have been lightly edited for clarity.

Question: What are your immediate priorities in your position at Cleveland...

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