In this podcast interview, Suresh Gunasekaran talks about how his experience as both CIO and COO helped prepare him for the CEO role; how Covid-19 created a “burning platform”; and why collaboration is such a critical component in improving health equity.
As organizations deal with the lingering challenges stemming from Covid, while looking ahead at how digital tools can help improve engage and ease burnout, it’s never been more important for leaders to come together, as several did during a panel at ViVE22.
If you’re only using social determinant data to send referrals, you’re taking advantage of about one percent of the opportunity, said CIO Ray Lowe. In this interview, he talked about the work his team is doing to improve health at the individual level, and why he believes “we’re just scratching the surface” when it comes to SDoH.
During a recent panel discussion, three highly respected leaders — Tanya Townsend, Chuck Christian and Cletis Earle — pulled back the curtain and what they’ve learned about what it takes to cultivate strong relationships, and why it has become so important.
One of the most important components of the CIO role in acknowledging that one person can’t provide all of the leadership for an organization, said Rick Lang in a recent interview. “You have to be able to delegate and empower your direct reports and the people that report to them.”