For many IT employees, remote work equals more work, which means CIOs need to take action to help reduce the risk of burnout and improve work-life balance, says David Chou, who provides tips from fellow leaders.
As IT organizations take on a more strategic role, forming mutually beneficial partnerships with vendors will become increasingly critical, says Ryan Smith, CIO at Intermountain Healthcare.
Although the initial phases of an IT organization’s Covid-19 strategy – respond, recover, and reinforce – all play a critical role, the most important component is the fourth: reimagining technology’s impact on the future, says CIO Tom Andriola.
During an EHR migration, the CIO’s most critical objective is to “involve the right people and get the right input,” says Kevin Wiese, CIO at BestSelf Behavioral Health, particularly when it comes to decisions on build and workflow.
As the CIO role continues to evolve, so are the expectations from the CEO, says John Kravitz. In this interview, he talks about his goals as CHIME Board Chair, the pillars of success for healthcare IT leaders, and the work being done to combat opioid abuse.