The most effective way to build accountability among your team, increase engagement, and create true partnership? By removing the mask and being transparent, says CIO Ed Marx.
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.
For most organizations, Y2K was a “non-event.” But for Carolinas HealthCare, it helped lay the foundation for clinical transformation, says former CIO Craig Richardville, who reflects on 20 years with the organization.
The key to getting people to work together more effectively starts with getting them to talk – but not necessarily about work, said CIO Daniel Barchi, speaking at the CHIME18 CIO Fall Forum.
It’s not size or even deep pockets that can help create a digital culture, but the ability to scan the landscape, identify the emerging capabilities that can make an impact, and adopt them, say Novant Health’s leaders.