Despite the fact that military leaders offer a “unique voice and viewpoint” that can benefit healthcare organizations, they’re often overlooked. If the industry wants to move forward, this needs to change, says Kimberly Smith.
By hearing other peoples’ perspectives, we’re able to broaden our own, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who learned a valuable lesson about the importance of “picking your head up” now and then.
The gap between supply and demand for cybersecurity talent is wide, and it’s only going to grow, according to Mary Alice Annecharico and Meredith Harper, who say it’s time to get creative.
Karen DeSalvo’s time as Commissioner of Health for the City of New Orleans enabled her to see firsthand the enormous impact that actionable data can have on improving public health – a crusade she continues to this day.
The most surprising takeaway from the HHS Cybersecurity Task Force report? The lack of risk assessments being conducted, according to David Finn and Theresa Finn, who found that “most people don’t even have a baseline.”