Joining a professional organization isn’t just about networking and continuing education. “It’s also a service to the profession,” says CIO Chani Cordero, who talks about how to find the right fit based on your needs.
For those seeking to give or receive professional guidance but don’t have the bandwidth to do it full-time, occasional mentoring can be the perfect solution, says CIO Chani Cordero, who provides advice based on her own experience.
Reading has been shown to improve memory function, reduce stress, and prevent age-related cognitive decline. For those who are looking for the next great book, we’ve compiled a list of suggestions from five highly respected leaders.
Running the day-to-day technology services is just one part of being a CIO, said Reid Stephan during a recent interview. “It’s being a trusted thought leader and a trusted executive partner to help drive the overall effectiveness of business operations.”
The best way to gain buy-in with an EHR migration? Communicate constantly and demonstrate, “through incremental results over time,” how it is helping to increase efficiency and lower costs while providing a better experience, says CIO Tanya Townsend.