Liz Johnson, CIO, Acute Care Hospitals & Applied Clinical Informatics, Tenet Healthcare, Chapter 1

The best way to keep a team motivated? Provide a working environment that meets their needs, communicate often, and make sure they understand the tremendous impact IT has on patient care, says CIO Liz Johnson.

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Keith Perry, SVP & CIO, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Chapter 1

One of the biggest challenges in having a longstanding vendor partnership? Making sure that the systems can accommodate evolving workflows and push an organization forward, says CIO Keith Perry.

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Aspiring To Stage 7

Going from HIMSS Stage 6 to Stage 7 is a “significant leap,” with a greater focus on analytics and leveraging data to improve patient outcomes, says Sue Schade.

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Joel Vengco, VP & CIO, Baystate Health, Chapter 3

What separates TechSpring from other innovation centers? It goes beyond the experimental, incubator phase and creates a true “connection to the organism,” says Baystate Health CIO Joel Vengco.

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Joel Vengco, VP & CIO, Baystate Health, Chapter 2

As EHRs are implemented, one of the CIO’s key role is in educating the board and other senior leaders about what to realistically expect with analytics, and managing expectations, says Joel Vengco.

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