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.
It isn’t just the CIO who should be the driving force of digital transformation, says Brian Thomas, who believes it “has many motivations, and is the responsibility of many people,” from top to bottom.
The many tasks involved in orchestrating organizational transformation can place too much of a burden on frontline staff and executives, says CIO Brian Thomas, who makes a case for a Transformation Management Office.
People, Process and Platforms: How Dignity Health Is Transforming Care And Positioning For The Future It’s been a busy few years for Dignity Health. In 2012, the 39-hospital system embarked on major initiative to move all of its hospitals and clinics onto a single clinical platform. It was clear from the beginning that the $1.83 […]
The biggest advantage in leading a second organization through the transition from Meditech Magic to 6.1? Being able to apply lessons learned from round one, says CIO Michael Martz.