In a recent interview, CHIME Board Chair Tanya Townsend opened up about the biggest hurdles facing CIOs and other leaders, how CHIME seeks to “represent the entire ecosystem of health and care,” and what attendees can expect from the upcoming Fall Forum.
During the early stages of Covid, healthcare IT departments provided they could make decisions – and act on them – quickly. What happens next, however, is just as important, according to former CIO Bill Spooner.
The discussions CISOs are having aren’t just about frameworks and vulnerability scans; they’re focused on the partnerships that need to be created and nurtured, their strategies for recruiting and retaining talent, and the continued evolution of IT security leadership roles.
“Digital encompasses so many things we’re doing,” said HSS CIO Jamie Nelson, who talked about her team’s holistic digital strategy during a recent podcast. She also discussed the “unintended consequences” of remote work models, the challenge for women leaders, and why there is no ‘normal.’
“There’s a lot more than can be done” with modern ERP systems, said our panelists during a recent webinar, but in order to reap those benefits and achieve true transformation, CIOs need to follow some key steps.