Although standardization often has a negative connotation, it can actually help drive optimization and foster innovation across an organization – if done right, says CIO Jim Noga.
The reality of being in a best-of-breed environment is that “there’s a lot of spaghetti connecting systems together,” says CIO Eric Raffin, who talks about how his team is working toward a solution.
Personalized care must move to a collaborative model where patients receive concierge services anywhere they may be along the clinical continuum of care, says CMIO Albert Villarin. The question is how to make that happen.
One of the core competencies in today’s CIO isn’t being an expert in everything, but rather in being smart enough to surround yourself with experts, says Adam Buckley.
Being the new leader is all about adopting and adapting, says Cletis Earle, who talks about the approach he took when he joined Kaleida, and what it’s like to navigate a period of “rapid growth.”