When Covid-19 hit and priorities were constantly shifting, healthcare IT teams didn’t need a technology expert; they need an “air traffic controller” who could communicate effectively, said Chris Myers. In this interview, he talks about how he has drawn from his military experience to guide teams both during and after the pandemic.
When leaders want more for their teams than from their teams, “it sets the stage for unparalleled success,” according to Bradd Busick, CIO at MultiCare Health System. In this piece, he talks about how he’s working to create an environment in which team members “feel valued, empowered, and motivated to bring their best to the table.”
For the leaders who are attending the CHIME Fall Forum, it’s not just about shiny toys. Instead, Aaron Miri, Tanya Townsend, Terri Couts and Gretchen Britt look forward to finding “creative solutions to doing more with less,” and “how we will progress in our journeys toward Digital Health.”
One of the most productive things a leader can do is actually to disconnect, according to Chani Cordero, CIO at Brooke Army Medical Center. In this post, she shares what she learned during a recent vacation and why she strongly believes “it’s okay to not be ‘on.’”
Saad Chaudhry, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Luminis Health and member of HealthsystemCIO’s Advisory Panel, is one of three newly elected members of CHIME’s Board of Trustees, according to the organization, which also announced the 2024 officers and 2025 Board Members.