Jessica Cornelius, CIO, Hendricks Regional Health, Chapter 2

A mentoring relationship needs to happen organically and it can’t be a one-time deal, says CIO Jessica Cornelius, who shares some of the most valuable lessons in leadership she has learned.

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Dan Howard, Site CIO, Loma Linda University Health, Chapter 3

If you want determine whether your staff members are truly engaged, there’s a simple question you can ask, says CIO Dan Howard, who discusses his leadership style as well as the attributes he values most.

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Q&A With Christopher Longhurst, CIO, UC San Diego Health, Chapter 1

Although a clinical background is by no means a requirement for CIOs, it can provide a significant benefit in understanding the subtleties of how technology impacts workflow, says Christopher Longhurst, MD.

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Michael Elley, System VP of IT, OhioHealth, Chapter 3

Michael Elley weighs the pros and cons of being at both large and small organizations, how the CIO role has evolved in the past decade, and why it’s not realistic to create 5-year plans in today’s world.

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Chuck Christian, VP of Technology and Engagement, IHIE, Chapter 3

Chuck Christian speaks candidly about why “the jury is still out” on FHIR, the toughest component of interoperability, and why he decided to leave the CIO role.

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