As care models continue to evolve, we need to stop using the word ‘clinical’ to create a divide between different types of workers, and start encouraging teamwork and collaboration, says Dirk Stanley, MD, CMIO at UConn Health.
Sometimes the most important factor in decision-making is time, says Anthony Guerra. Without it, we can make the wrong choice, but with it, we gain access to “new information or insights” that can steer us in the right direction.
Perhaps the best way to truly understand informatics is to first define what it is not, says CMIO CT Lin. In this blog, he exposes the common fallacies and explains how it can be a “very useful tool” – if done right.
Although it’s great to emulate the characteristics we admire in others, it’s critical that we stay true to ourselves, says CIO Michael Saad, who discusses the parallels between fitness and leadership, and how they’ve helped him grow as a person.
From the importance of having a solid support system to being willing to learn from mistakes, Kate Gamble shares some of the key lessons she has learned from her father.