For rural health organizations, cost optimization “is always top of mind,” says CIO Darrell Bodnar. In this podcast, he talks about how becoming a three-hospital system has dramatically improved contract negotiations, and the “passion” that helps him stay rooted in the community.
For Penn Medicine, becoming a leading organization required more than simply bringing Information Services in-house; it meant adopting the right philosophies and investing in the right individuals, says CIO Michael Restuccia.
If there’s a silver lining to be found during the coronavirus outbreak, perhaps it’s the fact that more organizations are exploring telecommuting options, says Kate Gamble, who discusses the benefits of remote work.
When organizations go the extra mile to ease the transition for new hires, it sets the tone for a successful relationship, says Kate Gamble, who shares anecdotes from those who have had positive – and negative – onboarding experiences.
As skillsets such as security and cloud expertise become more valuable across all industries – and top talent becomes more difficult to attract and retain – the need increases for healthcare organizations to “get out of the bubble,” says CIO Michael Saad.