As the list of priorities continues to mount, maintaining any semblance of balance has become extremely challenging. But with the right mindset it can be achieved, says Sue Schade, who talks about her “intentions.”
When it comes to creating programs to help military members transition to civilian life – while also helping to fill health IT positions – the question isn’t why, but how it can be done, says Jaime Parent, who talks about his new book.
“There’s security and safety in doing things that are known,” says CIO Aaron Miri, who believes the hallmark of a great leader is being willing to step out of the comfort zone and take risks.
It’s just as important for CIOs to able to communicate the vision as it is to create it, says Kathy Ross, who talks about the critical role mentors and professional organizations can play in developing leaders.
The way not to teach care providers how to show empathy and incorporate it into their workflow? By mandating it, says Sue Murphy, who believes it should be less about checking a box, and more about understanding what others are feeling.