HIMSS offers countless opportunities to network and learn, but what’s important is making sure all of these learnings are brought back into the community, and more importantly, to the people who can drive change, says Linda Stotsky.
This isn’t your dad’s – or your mom’s – healthcare IT job market, says Sue Schade, who discusses findings from a report that examines recent trends and predicts how they might change.
If you want to help people make a big impact, you have to challenge their thinking, and encourage them to grow, says CHIME CEO Russell Branzell, who discusses how the organization has grown, and what he hopes to see at the Fall Forum.
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.
While some might consider turning 50 – and dealing with an empty nest – a time to slow down, Tonguc Yaman is picking up momentum, and embracing the chance for a new beginning.