Every organization goes through peaks and valleys. It’s a CIO’s job to set the pace and make sure the staff know when to hit accelerate and when to conserve energy, says Joey Sudomir.
All leaders want to advance their organizations, but if we lean too much on the staff and put too much strain on resources, we end up moving backwards, says CIO Joey Sudomir.
Although an organization’s priorities are constantly shifting, the fundamentals – communication, transparency, and trust – should stay the same, says CIO Joey Sudomir.
In recognition for the work he has done during his 24-year career in health IT, Edward Marx has been named the CHIME-HIMSS 2013 John E. Gall Jr. CIO of the Year. Marx currently serves as senior VP and CIO at Texas Health Resources, which earned the 2013 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award for innovative use of […]
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