How To Deal With A No-Filter Problem

Having an individual with no filter isn’t just annoying, it can wreak havoc on the entire team, says CIO John Mason, who offers a series of steps to help change the behavior and restore sanity to the organization.

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Why You Should Ask About The Pins And Paperclips

Leaders who ask tough questions of their team and solicit honest feedback who will get the best outcomes, says Anthony Guerra, whereas those who take silence for agreement will get just that.

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Stifling The Smoke Signals

When faced with a warning that we don’t want to hear, leaders have two choices, says Kate Huvane Gamble. Listen and make the necessary changes, or stick your head in the sand, and end up like a certain football team.

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First Look At The MACRA Proposal

The newly released MACRA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking offers good concepts with its “focus on outcomes and quality, says CIO John Halamka. But there’s one major component that has him concerned.

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Don Reichert, VP & CIO, The MetroHealth System, Chapter 1

Don Reichert talks about the multi-year journey from a best-of-breed approach to a core vendor strategy, how his organization is working to ensure talent is being properly leveraged, and what it’s like being a safety-net hospital.

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