Remote work can lead to big boosts in productivity and morale, but if it isn’t managed effectively, it can also place additional stress on employees, says CIO David Chou. In this blog, he provides guidance on how to support what has become the new normal.
For Karen Marhefka, serving in an advisory role to Liz Johnson provided an opportunity to hone her skills in navigating “the politics and nuances” of the healthcare IT world, while also watching her “blind side.”
When it comes to finding the right balance between remote and onsite work, CIOs and other leaders are “constantly learning,” said Cara Babachicos and David Chou, who shared some of those lessons during a recent discussion.
As Covid-19 demonstrated, healthcare is far behind the eight-ball when it comes to scalability and agility. But it doesn’t have to be that way, according to our panelists, who discussed the steps they’re taking to modernize their infrastructures.
Digital initiatives are more about workflow than anything else, says Tom Barrett. In this podcast, he talks about the progression of the CIO role, what it takes to drive change, and how he has made himself available to his team during the pandemic.