Dan Howard, Site CIO, Loma Linda University Health, Chapter 2

One of the most interesting facets of the CIO role? Positioning IT as a value accelerator, says Dan Howard, who discusses his communication strategy, as well as how he has benefited from project management training.

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Dan Howard, Site CIO, Loma Linda University Health, Chapter 1

Meeting the needs of local organizations while ensuring alignment with the organization-wide strategy is a balancing act, and one that often involves “interesting conversations,” says CIO Dan Howard.

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Lisa Stump, SVP & Interim CIO, Yale New Haven Health System, Chapter 3

If health IT executives want their organizations to stay relevant, they need to find the point of integration between collaborating with core vendors and innovating with startups, says Lisa Stump.

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Lisa Stump, SVP & Interim CIO, Yale New Haven Health System, Chapter 1

When you’re a planning a complex implementation – such as going big bang with Epic’s Beaker across three hospitals – you better make sure you have “boots on the ground” support, says CIO Lisa Stump.

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Kathryn Crous, Network CIO, Kings County Hospital, NYC Health & Hospitals, Chapter 1

It doesn’t get much more complex than planning an EMR migration and building interfaces while the organization itself goes through major changes, but CIO Kathryn Crous is up to the task.

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