Sue Schade, CIO, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers, Chapter 1

Sue Schade, CIO, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers

2014 CIO of the Year — “It truly has been an honor.”
Being a role model
Her road to CIO
Leaving Partners after 13 years — “I wanted to have a broader role.”
Jumping into an Epic rollout at UMich
Being the new CIO
Dealing with history and baggage — “It’s a new day.”

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Joel Taylor, SVP & CIO, CarePoint Health System, Chapter 3

Joel Taylor, SVP & CIO, CarePoint Health System

Staff engagement — “I see people that are out of place, and it’s inspiring.”
Organic mentoring
2 years as medical group CIO
“Anytime you change careers, you have a pause.”
Handholding to foster innovation — “No idea goes unheard.”
“You have to find a leadership style that matches your personality.”

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Patty Lavely, SVP & CIO, Gwinnett Health System, Chapter 3

Patty Lavely, SVP & CIO, Gwinnett Health System

Interim CIO
Guardrails for demand management — “It was quite eye-opening.”
Consulting experience in her back pocket
Introverts managing relationships
Building trust
Evolving CIO role — “We have to understand the business.”
“Innovation isn’t easy.”

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Steve Stanic, VP & CIO, Mississippi Baptist Health System, Chapter 3

Steve Stanic, VP & CIO, Mississippi Baptist Health System

Career path — From CIO to Perot to CIO
“I like to figure out the problem and be part of working to get it resolved.”
MBHS’ “strong commitment to technology”
Recruiting challenges
Rapidly changing HIT industry
Thoughts on MU — “I like the spirit of the law.”
Weighing the pros and cons

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Managing Up: How To Thrive In Complex Organizations

John Halamka, MD, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

I took my first job at age 13, building model planes and skateboards at Palos Verdes Hobby Shop. Over the past 40 years, I’ve reported to over a dozen people. Some were inspirational and charismatic. Others were more task delegation oriented. Some were problem solvers. Others shunned detail. Some were great listeners. Others were talkers. […]

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