Brian Tew, VP & CIO, Greater Hudson Valley Health System, Chapter 3

Brian Tew talks about his team’s focus on making sure they’re fully leveraging Epic, the challenge at GHVHS he couldn’t resist, and the one component of leadership CIOs can’t ignore.

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John Kenagy, PhD, SVP/CIO & CISO, Legacy Health, Chapter 3

The key to being a strong leader? Being humble enough to listen, while also having he confidence to make tough decisions, says John Kenagy, who believes that now more than ever, CIOs must be “fearless.”

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Chris Paravate, CIO, Northeast Georgia Health System, Chapter 3

If you want to transition the IT department away from application support mode and into customer support mode, make sure you’re listening and asking the right questions, says CIO Chris Paravate.

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Daryl Kallevig, CIO, Riverwood Healthcare Center, Chapter 3

Being CIO at a smaller organization means wearing many hats, but it also means being closer to the day-to-day activities and developing a better understanding of how the organization works, says Daryl Kallevig.

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Corey Zeigler, CIO, Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, Chapter 3

The two biggest keys to surviving in today’s complex environment? Getting actionable data into the hands of decision makers and building strong relationships with other organizations, says CIO Corey Zeigler.

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