The Gift Of Humility

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

After 16 years of marriage, this man found himself divorced, jobless, and homeless. As he was telling his story, I just couldn’t believe it. He looked great — well-dressed, happy, and well-fed. He told his compelling story at a men’s group I participate in every Friday morning. He had some people in his life who […]

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Bigger Than You

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

If all of you who were reading this right now decided to start your own blog, what would you call it? Just off the top of your head, what would its name be, and what would you want it to be about? Chris Walden and I started our blog over two years ago, and our […]

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The Real City Builders

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

Will Obamacare fix the healthcare issues facing our nation? Will raising minimum wage really bring some people out of poverty? These are politically charged questions that are facing our nation today, and history will be the storyteller on how effective these initiatives, and others like them, are in solving the complex issues they represent. These […]

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The Trait That Can Destroy A Culture

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

How did you get where you are? I don’t mean how did you get to the coffee shop, your office, or your living room, I mean how did you get to where you are in your career? I started out by joining the US Navy after high school. I couldn’t figure out how to show […]

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Rolling The Dice

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

Ever play Yahtzee? There is something about that game that I really like. It is a game where you roll five dice and try to get combinations of pairs or three of a kind or four of a kind, etc. The first one to get all of the prescribed combinations wins. Actually, I really like […]

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