When IT and clinical leaders find themselves in a difficult situation and none of the usual tricks has worked, the best thing to do is nothing – at least, until you’ve had time to think, says Craig Joseph, interim CMIO at El Camino Hospital.
If managers fail to see the potential of an employee, and instead try to mold them to fit their own ideals, they’re going to end up disappointed, says Anthony Guerra, who draws parallels between leadership and parenting.
Effective leadership isn’t about telling people what you think they need. It’s about “listening, communicating, and serving the organization,” says Dr. John Halamka, who reflects on his first few weeks at Mayo Clinic.
Neither healthcare organizations nor vendors can – or should – do all the heavy lifting when it comes to successfully adopting and implementing AI technologies, according to Lois Krotz, who shares best practices from a recent KLAS report.
If health IT and security leaders aren’t willing to take an honest look at why cybersecurity attacks work, we’re never going to be able to prevent them, says Mitch Parker, who examines the growing problem in this two-part series.