This isn’t your dad’s – or your mom’s – healthcare IT job market, says Sue Schade, who discusses findings from a report that examines recent trends and predicts how they might change.
The role that healthcare leaders were trained for is not the role that has emerged, says CMIO Albert Villarin, who believes a workforce restructuring is direly needed and must be continuously maintained.
There’s a lot that can be done to advance women in health IT leadership roles, and it starts with embracing the unique qualities that women bring to the table, says Adrienne Edens.
With the continued acceleration of technology threatening jobs, perhaps it’s time for a new idea that combines STEM thinking with skills in empathy and communication, says CT Lin.
How does the company that rates others rate its own employees? Dusty Fenwick discusses the characteristics KLAS looks for in candidates and the methods they’ve successfully used.