Cindy Peterson, VP & CIO, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, Chapter 2

The key to getting projects approved is in being able to consistently meet stakeholder expectations and demonstrate their value to the organization, says CIO Cindy Peterson.

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Cindy Peterson, VP & CIO, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, Chapter 1

A successful partnership between hospital leaders and vendors requires a true give-and-take, says CIO Cindy Peterson, which means participating in focus groups and even including vendors in IT strategic planning.

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Corey Zeigler, CIO, Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, Chapter 3

The two biggest keys to surviving in today’s complex environment? Getting actionable data into the hands of decision makers and building strong relationships with other organizations, says CIO Corey Zeigler.

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Denni McColm, CIO, Citizens Memorial Healthcare, Chapter 3

It wasn’t a vendor solution that helped improve processes at Citizens Memorial, but an initiative that starts with a series of questions, says CIO Denni McColm, who talks about how she works to foster innovation.

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Denni McColm, CIO, Citizens Memorial Healthcare, Chapter 2

An organization doesn’t need a lot of resources to be innovative — in fact, sometimes having to stretch dollars can generate ideas that otherwise wouldn’t have surfaced, says CIO Denni McColm.

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