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Michael Martz, CIO, Ohio Valley Health Services, Chapter 1

The biggest advantage in leading a second organization through the transition from Meditech Magic to 6.1? Being able to apply lessons learned from round one, says CIO Michael Martz.

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Tim Stettheimer, SVP & Regional CIO, Ascension Information Services, Chapter 3

Today’s CIO has to know the business at a deeper level than ever before, says Tim Stettheimer, who talks about the evolving CIO role, the value of face-to-face conversations, and the keys to staff retention.

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Michael Archuleta, Director of IT, Mt. San Rafael Hospital, Chapter 3

Michael Archuleta talks about the benefits of partnering with vendors, what he did to earn the respect of his team as a young leader, and how the organization is working to change the perception of rural hospitals.

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Tim Stettheimer, SVP & Regional CIO, Ascension Information Services, Chapter 2

The fundamental starting point for any CIO? “You have to care about the organization and the people ,” says Tim Stettheimer, who discusses the value of showing gratitude, the question all leaders should ask, and the need for self-awareness.

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Michael Archuleta, Director of IT, Mt. San Rafael Hospital, Chapter 2

These days, Michael Archuleta’s team is focused on security and patient engagement, but before that could happen, an IT strategic plan had to be created and implemented.

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