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Bobbie Byrne, MD, EVP & CIO, Edward Elmhurst Health, Chapter 2

The toughest part about leading through a merger? Learning another organization’s culture, says Bobbie Byrne, which means identifying where land mines exist and how to sidestep them before making any major moves.

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Chuck Christian, VP of Technology and Engagement, IHIE, Chapter 1

There’s nothing easy about facilitating the exchange of data and presenting it to clinicians in a usable way, but it is possible, says Chuck Christian, who talks about how the Indiana HIE has been able to thrive.

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Bobbie Byrne, MD, EVP & CIO, Edward-Elmhurst Health, Chapter 1

Sometimes the most important partnership you have is with a competitor, says CIO Bobbie Byrne, who talks about the value that physician engagement, support, and training can play in planning a successful rollout.

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Brian Tew, VP & CIO, Greater Hudson Valley Health System, Chapter 3

Brian Tew talks about his team’s focus on making sure they’re fully leveraging Epic, the challenge at GHVHS he couldn’t resist, and the one component of leadership CIOs can’t ignore.

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Brian Tew, VP & CIO, Greater Hudson Valley Health System, Chapter 2

Leading an organization that has experienced a lot of turnover comes with challenges — particularly in terms of gaining buy-in, but there’s also a surprising upside, says CIO Brian Tew.

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