Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center, Chapter 4

Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center

The key to vendor relationships
How to have happy staff
“People want to understand gene sequencing, I want to understand human sequencing”
“My job is to create leaders who are 100 times better than me”
Imagining the CIO of the future

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Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center, Chapter 3

Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center

What keeps me awake at night is cyber-security
ACO and Team of Care
On HIEs — the funding and competition problems
“Patients are mobile; they don’t stay in one place.”
The costs of it all; the keys to coming in on time and on budget

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Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center, Chapter 2

Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center

Fostering internal goals using industry-standard measures
“I may be an MD, but I’m also the CIO. I’m a service department, and I have to be humble.”
‘It’s never the people, it’s always the process.”
Getting ready for genomics
The art and science of visioning
The game changers are cloud, mobility and the smart phone

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Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center, Chapter 1

Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center

About HUMC
Reflections on year one
Prioritization and governance
“My job is to make sure everybody else becomes useful”
Managing mobility
Relationships are the key to effectiveness
Managing up, getting the votes

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