Although having the right solutions and platforms in place is critical when it comes to medical device security, leaders are finding that having the right culture is just as important. “Security is not a blocker; it’s an enabler,” said our panelists in a recent discussion.
“No one sits you down and teaches you how to look at data,” said Linda Stevenson, CIO at Fisher-Titus. In a recent interview, she spoke about the need for ongoing training, the “cybersecurity by committee” approach her team is taking, the challenges facing rural healthcare leaders, and how her yoga training has paid off.
The ability to provide guidance on financial decision-making is becoming a core skillset for CIOs, according to Pamela McNutt. In this interview, she reflects on 30 years with Methodist Health System and shares insights on the evolving CIO role, the importance of mastering contract negotiations, and her team’s “heroic efforts” during Covid.
Whether it means getting to “back to basics” with IT governance or creating new partnerships, a panel of leaders discussed what digital transformation has meant to their organization, the most significant challenges they’ve faced, and how they’re positioning their teams for the future.
Creating a healthy culture in the workplace starts by asking some simple questions – both of your team and yourself as a leader, according to Jason Joseph, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Corewell Health. In this podcast, he explores those questions, discusses his approach to change management, and shares the advice he would offer his younger self.