From Rumination Comes Illumination

Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, hsCIO.com

The alarm goes off at 5:35 AM. I roll out of bed and make my way to the bathroom to brush my teeth and shower before throwing on some clothes and making my way in to see Tyler — who is almost 5 — at 6. He’s still at the fun age where he wants […]

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Norma Tirado, CIO & VP of Human Resources and IT, Lakeland HealthCare, Chapter 3

Norma Tirado, CIO & VP of HR & IT, Lakeland HealthCare

Lakeland’s volunteer RaDAR team
“Leading toward the future”
Significance of stage 7 — “It’s about outcomes.”
32 saved lives
IT’s role in demonstrating value — “We have to do better.”
Escaping to the golf course

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The March Madness Effect

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

It happens every year around this time. Before the first ball is tipped in the NCAA tournament, we get inundated with news reports about how brackets are destroying productivity in the workplace. Words like “fraud” are tossed around, and, seemingly, for good reason. According to a study by outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an […]

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Why We Need Sunny Days

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

My husband has what you might call a fascination with Alaska. Name a reality show based in the Last Frontier — and there are many, including Deadliest Catch, Bering Sea Gold and Flying Wild Alaska — and he’s seen it. At first, I didn’t quite understand the appeal. Sure, the scenery is breathtaking, but Alaska […]

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Marc Chasin, MD, CIO & CMIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 3

Marc Chasin, MD, CIO & CMIO, St. Luke's Health System

Telemedicine roadblocks
Working with docs to prepare for payment reform
Balancing the CIO & CMIO roles — “It feels right.”
From residency to hospital administration
Learning from a DIY EHR
Moving to Iowa — “It was one of the best moves I’ve made.”
Call to action for CIOs

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