A Management Style That’s Just Right

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“How are things going at work?” I asked my friend Courtney. She thought about it for a moment, and said, “I’m bored. I’m hitting my numbers, but I’m just not motivated to do any more. I don’t feel challenged.” She explained that she rarely hears from her boss, and when she does, there’s no feedback […]

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How Much Should You Reveal?

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“Do you think that the blog I do jeopardizes my ‘executive presence?’” asked Mary — a CIO buddy of mine. “In a way, I do not really care what the answer is. I am willing to continue to write about character and leadership regardless of the professional cost. The purpose and cause is important to […]

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Four Things To Do Before Leaving For Vacation

Joey Hobbs, CIO, Community Hospital Anderson

A few weeks ago, my wife and I were able to spend a week on the beach in the Dominican Republic. It was a great vacation, but like any vacation, it took lot of planning and preparation — both at home and at work. The world we live in as healthcare CIOs is hectic, to […]

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Be Original

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

You are not original! In spite of the title of this blog post, you are not original, nor would I encourage you to try and be original. There is nothing new under the sun — you have probably heard that before. In the natural world, that is true. Scientists may not have discovered every species […]

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Working For Vacation

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

“You’re taking a picture so you can prove that you’re working?” the man at the next table laughed. “Absolutely,” I kidded. “That’ll be good for tax purposes,” joked his wife. “Good idea,” I smiled. “I’ll send it to my accountant too.” There’s my lead, I thought, as I rushed back to my seat to start […]

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