“The only right way to deal with people is forthrightly and honestly. If mistakes are made, admit them and correct them.” It may not be the most contemporary guidance, but many years later the words hold true, according to Dirk Stanley, MD, who shares a gem from way back.
As more devices enter the healthcare ecosystem – many of which are connected to the EHR – it’s becoming increasingly difficult to manage, according to our panelists in a recent webinar. In fact, “we’ve never had a more challenging environment.”
It’s no longer just one-time malicious links CISOs have to worry about; threat actors are chipping away at firewalls by “befriending targets” and obtaining “pieces of information that seem innocuous,” said Ryan Witt of Proofpoint during a recent panel discussion.
The three most important principles for those who aspire to become C-suite leaders? Demonstrating servant leadership, creating a positive environment, and continuously learning, says Ray Lowe, CIO at AltaMed Health Services
Although many consumers view marketing as a way to persuade them to buy the latest product, it can be used for “nobler purposes,” like “creating aware, informed patients,” according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato.