Events like HIMSS are a great opportunity for networking, education, and sharing best practices. But more importantly, it’s a reminder of “why our work matters and how much more work we need to do,” says Sue Schade.
Whether the idea of striking up conversations with strangers excites you or scares you, it has to be done at events like HIMSS19, says Sue Schade, who offers practical advice on how to approach uncomfortable situations.
In this digital age, few things can be more frustrating – and yet, more enlightening – than having to spend a chunk of time without access to your smartphone, says Sue Schade, who shares a recent experience.
If an organization’s greatest asset is its people, then a leader’s core responsibility is to provide the support and guidance needed to help nurture that talent and prepare for the future, says Sue Schade.
While there were several topics that resonated with CIOs and other healthcare IT leaders in the past year, there was one that clearly dominated the field, says Kate Gamble.