The most valuable lessons Bill Spooner learned during his CIO tenure still hold true today: make smart investments, do the research, and don’t buy anything you don’t really need.
If you want to drive change, it’s not enough simply to be bought into the organization’s strategy – CIOs have to be “true believers” who can spread the word to others, says Tim Stettheimer.
By collaborating with organizations that differ from your own in terms of size, scope and location, leaders create an opportunity not just to improve, but to truly innovate, says Tim Stettheimer.
As damaging as it was, last year’s WannaCry attack on the NHS could have been even worse if health systems in the US and UK hadn’t developed a collaborative relationship, says CIO Cletis Earle.
Whether the focus is on cybersecurity, the opioid epidemic, or easing the burden on clinicians, CHIME’s policy team always has one goal in mind: how to push forward policies that leverage technology to improve care, says Mari Savickis.