There is, however, one area in which healthcare consistently has a surplus: heroic individuals. And it’s not just the ones performing lifesaving surgeries (although that is certainly commendable). In fact, when we surveyed a group of leaders about who they believe are the unsung heroes in healthcare, some weren’t even employed by health systems.
As incoming CHIME Board Chair, Scott MacLean hopes to help drive educational and networking opportunities, while also focusing on critical issues such as burnout and talent retention, he said in this interview. “The next wave of leaders needs to be prepared to face these challenges.”
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.
By cultivating genuine relationships with IT leaders, vendors can create a solid foundation of trust and credibility – two factors that are essential when it comes to influencing purchasing decisions, according to Chani Cordero, CIO at Brooke Army Medical Center.
Large vendors aren’t the only ones shaping the future of healthcare – so why do they have the biggest platforms? It doesn’t have to be that way, says Dan Nigrin, MD, who talks about what made ViVE a success during its inaugural run, and how CHIME and HLTH have incorporated feedback to make the event as valuable as possible for healthcare leaders.