CIOs and other health IT leaders shouldn’t just be thinking about how to bring systems back online after a disaster, but also how to help the business recover and get back in operation, says John Mason.
With her term as CHIME Board Chair nearing its end, Liz Johnson reflects on what has stood out most to her, what she’s most proud of, and the direction she hopes the organization will take going forward.
Between possible ACA repeals, storms, and the lack of an HHS Secretary, it’s been a difficult time to get the ear of politicians, but CHIIME’s team is forging ahead to advocate for cybersecurity, interoperability, and telehealth.
Rather than just seeking internal opinions, organizations embarking on a major system change should look to different sources, says Sue Schade, who touts the benefits of external advisory committees.
As the CIO role continues to evolve, one of the most important aspects has become the ability to express the return on capital investments, says Jim Noga of Partners HealthCare.