In healthcare, it may seem like the work is endless and “all we do is move the ball forward a bit each day,” but if tasks are managed effectively, it can lead to a sense of accomplishment, says Sue Schade.
In a perfect world, being on vacation means being completely disconnected. But in reality, there are times when checking in is a must, says Sue Schade, who provides guidelines on how to do it.
More than ever, CIOs must not only collaborate with the health technology management staff, but to meet them halfway, says Sue Schade, who recognizes the work of these “unsung heroes.”
Whether consumers are looking to renew a driver’s license or book a doctor’s appointment, they’re looking for the same basic elements of service, says Sue Schade, who talks about her recent experiences.
From making sure your work is appreciated to negotiating the right terms, there are several key points to consider when reaching a career crossroads, says Sue Schade.