It’s only natural to want to avoid uncomfortable situations. But in doing so, leaders can miss out on a great opportunity to help guide your team while improving your own skills, says CIO David Chou.
At the end of the day, the success of EHRs rides on users, says Jason Hess of KLAS. The problem? Clinicians aren’t being given the time and space needed to receive thorough training and personalize their experience.
When an organization is pushed to the point where one poor decision can have catastrophic implications, it’s time to bring in a “cleaner,” says David Chou.
What’s just as important as being persistent? Adaptability, says Anthony Guerra, which means knowing when to abandon what’s brought success in the past, and think about what will work in the future.
Now more than ever, the CIO needs to be someone who can “help the rest of the organization understand the limits and the reality of technology,” says Gary Light, and bridge the gap between what we want and what we need.