When To Run

Just as organizations have are controls in place with finances, we need to have controls in place with regards to relationships – not just to protect ourselves, but our teams as well, says CIO Bill Rieger.

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The Voice You’re Not Hearing

Sometimes the best insights come from those who have never set foot in a board room, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who urges leaders to take a page from a classic movie that flipped the traditional roles.

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Stopping the Bleeding

When it comes to efforts to facilitate widespread data exchange, is the industry bleeding, or are we reaching a point where we can simply allow for healing? Bob Cash of KLAS explores this big question.

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What You Don’t Know About Scheduling Appointments

There’s a significant gap between what practitioners think is required to schedule an appointment and what actually happens, according to Paul Roemer, who says the process includes as many as a dozen steps.

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Putting Innovation To The Test, Part 2: Is It Effective?

How can physician executives present an innovation to senior leaders in a way that demonstrates it can justify the costs involved? By answering these critical questions, says Anupam Goel, MD.

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