The Strongest Link

A simple task that takes just a few minutes can make a big difference in someone’s career, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who became inspired by a health IT rock star to make empowering others a priority.

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Rhonda Jorden, Vice Chancellor for IT & CIO, UAMS, Chapter 1

One of the biggest challenges from an IT standpoint for academic health organizations? The sheer amount of data that must be managed and secured, says CIO Rhonda Jorden, who discusses her strategy.

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Michael Martz, CIO, Ohio Valley Health Services, Chapter 1

The biggest advantage in leading a second organization through the transition from Meditech Magic to 6.1? Being able to apply lessons learned from round one, says CIO Michael Martz.

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Taking The ‘Mean’ Out Of Lean

When we judge people for changing their stance on a key issue, we’re creating an environment that discourages growth, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who argue that leadership should be about constant evolution.

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Tim Stettheimer, SVP & Regional CIO, Ascension Information Services, Chapter 3

Today’s CIO has to know the business at a deeper level than ever before, says Tim Stettheimer, who talks about the evolving CIO role, the value of face-to-face conversations, and the keys to staff retention.

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