In this day and age, do we still need to single out the top women leaders – and not just the top leaders? It’s a question that has no simple answer, says Kate Gamble, who recalls an interesting conversation with a CIO.
The best way to truly understand the business of healthcare – both as it exists now, and what it will look like in the future – is by getting ‘out of IT,’ says CIO Laishy Williams-Carlson.
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.
Sometimes the best way to help technology professionals grow is by connecting and sharing experiences in a way that involves no technology at all, says CIO Sarah Richardson.