Bill Russell’s team was looking for a better way to prioritize projects; what they discovered was a way to help the staff see the big picture and understand how all the pieces interrelate.
Being CIO at a critical access hospital is more than just dealing with a tighter budget; it’s being willing to get your hands dirty and help out where it’s needed, says Jake Dorst.
Although an organization’s priorities are constantly shifting, the fundamentals – communication, transparency, and trust – should stay the same, says CIO Joey Sudomir.
The most important piece of advice CIO Jamie Nelson has for those planning a major implementation? Add more staff than you think might be needed, because the appetite for information will only grow.
Consultants have long played a key role in helping providers fill the gaps in IT strategy and delivery, but how will that change in the next few years? Lois Krotz discusses KLAS’ recent findings.