When it comes to landing CIO roles, the numbers are trending in the wrong direction. And so it’s up to health IT leaders – and professional associations – to find out why and help remedy the situation, says Tressa Springmann.
For Dana Sellers, the best part of being in consulting was meeting with clients and working to solve their problems. But inevitably, she was the one who’d end up learning something.
As outside influences continue to disrupt healthcare, a number of technology leadership roles will emerge, and it’s part of the CIO’s job to help define new professional development paths, say our panelists.
What sets great leaders apart is the willingness and ability to take ownership when things go wrong, and disperse credit when things go right, says Anthony Guerra.
The keys to forming a partnership between a health system and a municipality – or any organization, for that matter – are in being transparent and being able to communicate your intentions, say CIOs Cletis Earle and Luis Taveras.