Although it’s easy to point the finger at IT when technology doesn’t work (or doesn’t work the way we expect it to), if we don’t take the time to provide feedback, we deserve just as much blame, says Sue Schade.
With data breaches on the rise – and many health systems still not dedicating enough time or resources to cybersecurity – it’s more important than ever that CIOs and IT security leaders work together to develop a solid roadmap, says Michael Saad.
As our society becomes more electronically interconnected, we need to make it a priority to be present – in every sense of the word – when in the company of others, says Anthony Guerra.
The more pressures physicians face, the less they’re able to demonstrate compassion, a key element in patient care. Fortunately, there are steps health IT leaders can take to help replenish the supply, says David Bensema.
No matter what generation you belong to, change is never easy – especially when you don’t believe it’s necessary. But nothing good has ever (and will ever) come from sticking to the status quo, says Kate Gamble.