Survey: CIOs Can Play – But It Takes Work

CIOs Are Getting Away - Even If They Still Check In

There’s nothing easy about getting out of the office, but CIOs are doing it. According to the July healthsystemCIO.com SnapSurvey, the vast majority (92 percent) of respondents plan to take a vacation this year. One CIO said spending time away is a “survival tactic” in today’s hectic health IT environment, and another stated that work-life […]

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Survey: CISOs Key to Organizational, CIO Success

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While less than one quarter of CIOs surveyed in healthsystemCIO.com’s June SnapSurvey feel security ranks among their strengths, 40 percent place their organisation’s security maturity at either the highest level (optimized) or just below (measured). Perhaps that’s because almost 60 percent are supported in those efforts by a CISO, and sure are  happy about it. […]

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Survey: What CIOs Fear Most About Changing Jobs

SnapSurvey Says The Biggest Hurdle In Changing Jobs Is Culture

As more CIOs contemplate career moves, it’s becoming clear that while their reasons for leaving may vary, their hesitations stem from the same source. In the May healthsystemCIO.com Snap Survey, more than a third of respondents identified learning and adapting to a new culture as the most significant hurdle in seeking a new role, while […]

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Survey: CIOs Committed To Their Vendor, But With Eyes Wide Open

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Vendors, take note: If you don’t deliver, you’re out. With CIOs facing mounting pressures, the relationship with their core vendor is becoming increasingly critical. And although most are generally satisfied, they’re willing to make some noise — or even walk — if things go south, according to the April healthsystemCIO.com Snap Survey, which found that […]

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Survey Says It Does Matter Who’s The Boss

Survey Says It's Not About Who's the Boss, but Who Makes the Calls

When it comes to the CIO’s ability to achieve results, governance structure weighs heavily, according to the March healthsystemCIO.com Snap Survey, which found that 57 percent of CIOs believe an organization’s reporting structure matters “a great deal.” As mergers and acquisitions become increasingly common, a large number of hospitals are making changes to the reporting […]

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