Talking about the lack of diversity in health IT leadership is important, but what’s even more critical is doing something about it, says Cletis Earle, who discusses his work with CHIME’s diversity initiative.
When it comes to cybersecurity threats, no organization stands alone, says CIO Cletis Earle, who believes that the growing number of affiliations makes it critical to share strategies.
Being the new leader is all about adopting and adapting, says Cletis Earle, who talks about the approach he took when he joined Kaleida, and what it’s like to navigate a period of “rapid growth.”
CHIME has elected Cletis Earle, Theresa Meadows, RN, and Donna Roach to its board of trustees. Earle is CIO at St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital, Newburgh, NY. Since joining CHIME in 2006, he has been active in both regional and national activities. In addition to serving as co-chair for StateNet, Earle is involved in CHIME’s professional […]
Connected care with kiosks
Small organizations — “We’re able to do great things without jumping through hoops.”
MU “forcing the hand” of vendors & providers
“I’m okay with pushing the envelope.”
“This is an exciting time and everybody should be excited.”