The Tools CIOs Need To Weather The Storm

David Miller, Vice Chancellor for IT & CIO,  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

The prevailing theme of my previous two blogs on leadership, and indeed the prevailing theme of the healthcare industry today, is change. There seems to be change in just about every aspect of healthcare. The concept of value-based purchasing is driving the manner in which we are reimbursed by requiring improvements in quality and clinical […]


Bernie Clement, CIO, Thibodaux Regional Medical Center, Chapter 2

Bernie Clement, CIO, Thibodaux Regional Medical Center

Louisiana Health Care Quality Forum
Leveraging HIE “as a hub”
Why “some EMR vendors get it”
Benefiting from the ICD-10 delay
“You’re only as good as who you work for”
Recruiting from Nicholls State University
Making passion a core value


What Is The Tone Of Your Resume?

Bonnie Siegel, Healthcare IT Recruiter, Witt/Kieffer

Old resume formats and previous trends in resume writing are being overthrown by the need to express in new, creative digital formats and structures. The reader of your resume, whether it is a hiring manager or a recruiter, will expect your career narrative to be readable and look good. The “tone” of your resume can […]


Getting Back To Zero

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

Chris Walden’s recent post really inspired me. Your identity — how you see yourself — is a critical component to success in life, bodily, mentally, spiritually, financially, and relationally. Your view of yourself significantly impacts your value as an employee, spouse, parent, or friend. I was at a conference last week that featured Peyton Manning […]


Why You Should Hire A Dinosaur

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor,

A few years ago, my Uncle Brian was laid off from his company after more than two decades of service. Like many baby boomers whose jobs became casualties of the economic downturn, he found the career search to be extremely frustrating. When I asked him how it was going, he very candidly replied, “Not so […]