With her term as CHIME Board Chair nearing its end, Liz Johnson reflects on what has stood out most to her, what she’s most proud of, and the direction she hopes the organization will take going forward.
There’s a lot that can be done to advance women in health IT leadership roles, and it starts with embracing the unique qualities that women bring to the table, says Adrienne Edens.
The most important lessons Aaron Miri learned as a CIO had nothing to do with technology, but rather about having patience, being calm, and helping to grow the next class of leaders.
Even the most experienced leaders don’t know all there is to know about their industry, says CIO Brian Thomas, who discusses the value of mentoring relationships.
If we, as leaders, fail to help individuals develop to their fullest potential, we’re missing out on an opportunity to make them – and the organization – better, says Spencer Hamons.