Promoting diversity across healthcare and moving toward a more level playing field is going to take more than simply throwing money at the problem. “We need to do a deep dive to figure this out,” says CIO Cletis Earle.
If we really want to address the lack of diversity in healthcare IT, it has to be a community effort led by CIOs of different races and genders, said Cletis Earle in a recent interview. “We all have to be at the table.”
CHIME has announced new officers for 2021, as well as four new members to its Board of Trustees: Sarah Richardson, Daniel Nigrin, George Hickman, and Ajay Kapare.
The key to having difficult conversations with members of your team? Conduct them in a way that’s “more about coaching, mentoring, and showing that you’re invested in this person’s success,” says Kristin Myers, VP of IT at Mount Sinai Health.
It’s time to start viewing the gender pay gap as what it really is – an economical issue, says Carla Smith. In this interview, she talks about her vision for the future, and what it will take to make it a reality.