You Don’t Beat The Boss

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

“How could she let this happen to me?” I wondered. “She must not know what he’s doing. If she only found out, she’d put a stop to this,” I thought. It had just been made clear to me that in the eyes of my boss (the “he” above) I’d gone from hero to zero, from […]

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Hit And Run

Christopher Walden, Director of IS, Health First (former CIO, HealthAlliance) Hospital

The movie starts at 7:20, I conveyed to my wife. It was 6 p.m., the kids were secure with my mother-in-law, and we had an hour to kill, and so we decided to grab a cup of coffee to just relax. There is something just grown up about sipping coffee and having a discussion without […]

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A Firm Foundation

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

Living in northeast Florida is awesome. Hurricane threats aside, this region has incredible weather which makes it enjoyable almost all year around. My wife and I do not really go on date nights; we go on what we call date walks. These walks vary in length of time from 20 minutes to sometimes a couple […]

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Defending Your Culture

Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital

March Madness is here and I love it! We are fortunate to live in a city where some regional games are hosted and my son and I went to two games in the third round of the tournament. The atmosphere was electric. The stands were packed with teams’ family members, fans, and “who’s who” from […]

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Getting Comfortable With Innovation

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

“Have you ever seen ‘The Prophet?’” my dentist asked me. “No,” I said, “What’s it all about?” “Well, it’s great for small business folks. This guy, Marcus Lemonis — he’s a gizillionaire or something — he goes into these small businesses that are failing and tells them what they’re doing wrong. He usually finds the […]

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