If healthcare is to move forward, leaders need to accept that what has been historically built is no longer what’s going to serve consumers, says Craig Richardville.
How can leaders increase productivity and staff satisfaction? By assembling a strong team, providing them with the tools they need, and removing any barriers that exist – including themselves, says Anthony Guerra.
Even if an interaction with a vendor doesn’t result in a purchase, there can still be value in it, says CIO Chani Cordero, who talks about the importance of maintaining strong partnerships.
By limiting the number of consultants they used while implementing Epic, VHC was able to not only save costs, but also develop in-house talent that will benefit them down the road, says CIO Mike Mistretta.
By investing in work relationships early and often, leaders create credit that can be drawn on in times when it’s most needed, says John Mason, who provides advice on how to build those relationships.