Priorities for Adopting an Exponential IT Mindset in Healthcare 

Charting a course to exponential value from technologies such as Gen AI   

Tuesday, May 28, at 2:30 PM ET | 11:30 AM PT

Webinar Summary

As technology changes, so must IT

In this high-risk, high-reward era of disruptive technologies, the role of IT is pivotal. As organizations rush to extract value from technologies such as generative AI, IT must lean into the steep curve of change and lead the charge.

IT leaders will need to adopt an Exponential IT mindset to champion innovation, guide their organizations through technology-driven transformations, seize new opportunities, and ensure sustained competitiveness. 

Admittedly, it won’t be easy 

  • While technologies such as AI offer the theoretical promise of improved health outcomes through high-quality and efficient healthcare delivery, adoption is hindered by concerns ranging from security and privacy to transparency and preventing bias.
  • Nevertheless, it will be critical for IT to enable new technologies and unlock their exponential value.
  • IT leaders will need to embrace an expanded role as advisor and strategist at the highest level to navigate new opportunities for value and mitigate the associated risks.


But fortune will favor the bold

Join this dynamic webinar where we’ll explore:

  • How IT can play a pivotal role in transforming the industry through technology.
  • The challenges that Exponential IT can help solve.
  • What you need to do to prepare for Exponential IT.
  • How you can lead change management within IT and your institution.

Webinar Speakers


Sharon Auma-Ebanyat

Research Director

  • Sharon is a Research & Advisory Director in the Healthcare Practice at Info-Tech Research Group. Sharon brings 10+ years of healthcare operations and management experience and demonstrated expertise in EMR and virtual care implementations, RFP and vendor management, physician practice optimization, patient experience, clinical services planning, revenue cycle management, employee engagement, resulting in outcome improvements for the overall patient continuum of care.

  • Prior to joining Info-Tech Research Group, Sharon worked as a Senior Consultant at Deloitte Canada’s Digital Care Practice and Mercer Canada’s Digital Health Practice, specializing in healthcare benefits B2C product development(Mercer 365), clinical transformation, healthcare operations management, service model delivery assessments, clinical services strategic planning and Electronic medical record implementations.

  • Sharon brings 8+ years of hospital department administration and operations management experience working at large academic health centers such as MedStar Washington Hospital Center and the Cleveland Clinic in the US. She has experience managing multiple clinical service lines including women and infant’s services, neurosciences (neurology/Stroke, neurosurgery, neuro-diagnostics), gastroenterology and bariatric Surgery.

  • Sharon holds a Master of Science in Health Administration (MHA) degree from the University of Maryland, College Park School of Public Health and an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Administration and Policy with a minor in Sociology, from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

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