SnapSurvey: Greener or Not, Pastures Are Getting A Lot Of Looks From CIOs

Even CIOs who aren’t actively seeking a new position are open to opportunities, according to a SnapSurvey, which cited frustration with the current organization and the need for a new challenge as key motivators.

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Huddle Up: Survey Says Brief, Daily Meetings Key To Lean Success

If you want to make lean work for your organization, be prepared to huddle up. According to the September healthsystemCIO.com SnapSurvey, in which the majority of respondents said their organizations have implemented lean methodologies, several CIOs identified daily huddles as a key to achieving benefits such as improved processes and increased staff engagement. “It kept […]

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SnapSurvey: Why Vendors Strike Out When Pitching CIOs

It’s become more difficult than ever for salespeople to gain access to CIOs, forcing them to get creative. But are some going too far to secure a meeting? Yes, according to the July healthsystemCIO.com SnapSurvey, which found that the majority of respondents (63 percent) believe salespeople have become less respectful of their time. One of […]

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Survey: CIOs Checked Off Big Boxes In 2014

Despite having a heaping portion of priorities, CIOs are cleaning their plates, according to the December healthsystemCIO.com SnapSurvey, which found that the vast majority accomplished their major goals for 2014. What’s even more encouraging is that all respondents believe their organization is better off than it was a year ago. Hitting the mark, however, hasn’t […]

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Survey: CIOs Question The Value Proposition Of Integration

As more health systems transition to an ACO model, CIOs face mounting pressures to align with independent practices and to create an integrated platform across the system. But for those organizations that aren’t there yet, some are beginning to question whether it’s all worth it. According to the November healthsystemCIO.com SnapSurvey, the large majority (83 […]

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