Because radical collaboration is far more intentional, far more affecting than the agreement to simply work together, it can have a significant impact in the healthcare environment, says David Muntz.
By hearing other peoples’ perspectives, we’re able to broaden our own, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who learned a valuable lesson about the importance of “picking your head up” now and then.
The most surprising takeaway from the HHS Cybersecurity Task Force report? The lack of risk assessments being conducted, according to David Finn and Theresa Finn, who found that “most people don’t even have a baseline.”
Although it may go against your instincts, sometimes the best way to lead is to remove yourself from the details of the discussion and think about to shape it and guide it to a productive conclusion, says CT Lin.
The key to building a strong security program? Communication, whether that means going on the road to build support, training and re-training the staff, or engaging in dialogues with device manufacturers, say Mary Alice Annecharico and Meredith Harper.