Being an advocate takes time and energy that many leaders can hardly afford to give up, but the rewards are well worth it, says Liz Johnson, who makes a strong case for going to the Hill.
Today’s CIO needs to be a change agent, an advocate, a strong communicator, and an authority on cybersecurity. But that isn’t enough, says Liz Johnson, who says leaders “have a dream a little.”
The best way to keep a team motivated? Provide a working environment that meets their needs, communicate often, and make sure they understand the tremendous impact IT has on patient care, says CIO Liz Johnson.
CHIME has elected three new members to its Board of Trustees: Myra Davis, Liz Johnson, and Albert Oriol. Davis, who serves as senior VP of Information Management and CIO at Texas Children’s Hospital, was the recipient of the 2013 CHIME Transformational Leadership Award. She has 25 years of experience leading IT. Johnson is Chief Clinical Informatics […]
Liz Johnson, chief clinical informaticist and VP of applied clinical informatics at Tenet Healthcare, has earned CHIME’s second annual Federal Public Policy Award for CIO Leadership. Johnson, who serves as a member of the HIT Standards Committee, under ONC, is being recognized for her active role at the Federal level in educating policy makers on […]