Joey Sudomir, SVP & CIO, Texas Health Resources, Chapter 3

Every organization goes through peaks and valleys. It’s a CIO’s job to set the pace and make sure the staff know when to hit accelerate and when to conserve energy, says Joey Sudomir.

Share

Matthew Kull, SVP & CIO, Parkland Hospital, Chapter 2

One aspect of a go-live that can’t be overlooked? The volume of last-minute requests that come in, says CIO Matthew Kull, who talks about the keys to change management, what it takes to plan a big project, and how his team is diving deeper with data.

Share

Ed Marx, SVP, Advisory Board & CIO (GO), NYC Health & Hospitals, Chapter 2

Individual accolades are nice to have, but for leaders, the true reward comes when the entire organization is recognized for demonstrating the positive impact of IT and clinical care efforts, says Ed Marx.

Share

Keith Perry, SVP & CIO, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Chapter 2

When you’re dealing with an explosion of data, it’s time to shift away from the “shipping and downloading model” and move to a more efficient system, says CIO Keith Perry.

Share

David Quirke, Corporate CIO, Trivergent Health Alliance, Chapter 2

Although cybersecurity and patient engagement are certainly high on the list, Trivergent Health’s top priority in 2017 is to stay true to the mission of deploying technologies that help caregivers, says CIO David Quirke.

Share