If your organization is looking to identify a great CTO candidate – and you should, if you hope to succeed – start by asking one question and making some key observations, says Bill Russell.
Although usability and clinician satisfaction still remain challenging for many organizations, it isn’t necessarily the technology that’s to blame, says Mike Davis, who breaks down KLAS’ latest findings.
For Albert Oriol, effective leadership comes down to four basic steps: setting the right vision, connecting the dots, listening to the team, and removing any obstacles in the way.
As organizations start to pivot toward value-based care, the CMIO must act as a change agent who can understand the needs of different groups and help create alignment.
Selecting a vendor can be difficult, but what comes next can be even tougher, says Mike Magera, who talks about his top priorities from an infrastructure standpoint, and what it takes to negotiate successfully with vendors.