No matter what type of business you’re in, one core philosophy holds true: the strategies that helped you achieve success in the past won’t necessarily drive the organization forward, says Anthony Guerra.
One of the biggest lessons Craig Richardville has learned since leaving the CIO role? The companies you’ve never heard of – and wouldn’t open your door to – maybe be the ones that can benefit your organization most.
Among the individuals (and organizations) recognized by CHIME for outstanding work in advancing the health IT industry is Bill Spooner, who earned the Legacy Award for his ongoing achievements.
Once considered a “nice to have,” having digital expertise and knowledge at the board level is quickly becoming a “must have” for business that want to remain competitive, says CIO David Chou.
For an increasing number of organizations, growth strategies are focused more on joint ventures and retail partnerships, and less on adding hospital beds, according to Impact Advisors.