Turning The Page

Whether it’s permanent or an interim position, being the new CIO means drinking from the fire hose, and getting to know executives and clinical chairs by asking four key questions, says Sue Schade.

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Safety In Numbers: How The CIO & CISO Can Partner To Give Cybersecurity A New Identity

How can leaders convey the importance of cybersecurity initiatives when most of the work is done behind the scenes? That’s the challenge, say Rodney Dykehouse and Matt Snyder of Penn State Hershey Medical Center.

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Why CIOs Must Build A Strong Culture

While it’s become evident that CIOs have more responsibilities than ever before, they also have more room to grow into the role and become invaluable to the organization, says David Chou.

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Marc Chasin, MD, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 2

Health IT is not a one-size-fits-all industry, and so there’s no need for a one-size-fits-all CIO, says Marc Chasin, who talks about the two types of leaders he believes we’ll see going forward.

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Jamie Nelson, SVP & CIO, Hospital for Special Surgery, Chapter 3

Having a solid understanding of hospital operations can help CIOs “understand what you’re constituents are trying to do” and help guide them in the right direction, says Jamie Nelson.

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