Being a new CIO means doing a lot of listening and learning; but it also means realizing when changes need to be made to ensure the right pieces are in place to move forward, says Craig Richardville.
The keys to success with any confrontation is to view it more as a discussion, according to our expert panelists. In a recent webinar, they provided useful tips on how to approach these critical situations.
No matter where organizations are based or what model of care it utilized, one of the core objectives remains the same: to able to establish best practices and scale them across the system, says CIO Will Smart.
As the CIO role becomes increasingly recognized as a “strategic partner who works across the healthcare system to improve health and care,” salaries are starting to reflect that, according to a recent CHIME survey.
The downside of healthcare’s digital transformation? With more disciplines interacting with IT, the environment becomes “ripe for turf wars,” says CIO Pam McNutt, who shares her thoughts on navigating leadership challenges.