The unemployment rate may be low, but the demand for top health IT leaders is as high as ever, says Judy Kirby, who offers advice on how to attract the best and brightest in healthcare and cybersecurity.
Being a rural CIO means being willing to put fires, and being able to wear many different hats – even the hat of security officer, says Jason Bray of McAlester Regional.
The most important characteristic in a team member isn’t technology acumen, but ability to communicate effectively and adapt to change, says CIO Skip Rollins.
Although it’s always important to be open to new possibilities, there are factors you should consider before determining whether relocation is the right move for you and your family, says Sue Schade.
Being CIO at a critical access hospital is more than just dealing with a tighter budget; it’s being willing to get your hands dirty and help out where it’s needed, says Jake Dorst.