The most important question leaders need to ask when evaluating a new solution is whether it’s going to help providers and patients – and how, said Jason Buchanan. In this interview, he discussed his approach to optimization and what it takes to build a strong culture.
The CIO isn’t going away anytime soon; but it is transforming, according to Ed Kopetsky. “We’re not just computer geeks; we’re on the front line changing the way healthcare is delivered and the way the business is run,” he said in a recent interview.
For CISOs, the most important aspect of the role has become resiliency. And without a solid culture focused on fostering engagement and eliminating friction, it can’t be achieved, according to Erik Decker and Julian Mihai.
Creating a culture in which individuals feel empowered to raise their hands – and leaders are willing to admit when a strategy isn’t working – is one of the keys to successful adaptive risk management, according to our panelists.
There’s no doubt that strategic alignment, governance structure and executive buy-in are key factors in advancing innovation. But so is a willingness to step completely out of the box, said panelists Rick Schooler, Tressa Springmann and Anne Wellington at the CHIME21 Fall Forum.