“Expressing gratitude benefits both the giver and the recipient, in terms of mood and overall health,” according to CT Lin, MD, CMIO at UCHealth. One way to do that is through a gratitude letter, which he recently wrote for a mentor and friend.
“It’s been wonderful.” From Boot Camp experiences that provided access to influencers, to earning recognition from peers, leaders share some of their most cherished memories from CHIME events over the years.
If a qualified, highly recommended employee isn’t performing, who takes accountability? Lee Milligan, MD, believes the onus is on leaders to “bring out the finest in our teams,” he wrote in a recent piece. “We owe that to them, to the business, and to ourselves.”
When we asked a handful of influential leaders – including Craig Richardville, Liz Johnson, and Kate Pierce – how CHIME has impacted their careers, the answers varied, but one central theme kept coming to the surface: collaboration.
In a recent interview, CHIME Board Chair Tanya Townsend opened up about the biggest hurdles facing CIOs and other leaders, how CHIME seeks to “represent the entire ecosystem of health and care,” and what attendees can expect from the upcoming Fall Forum.