Rather than viewing big box retailers as competition, healthcare organizations should explore partnerships that can enable them to provide better technical support while raising IT’s profile, says CIO David Chou.
One of the valuable lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic? When IT is able to tune out the noise and remain “singularly focused” on strategic initiatives, great things can be accomplished, says CIO John Kravitz.
The two key components of leading through a crisis? Set a clear direction, and “create an environment where people feel comfortable expressing concerns,” said CIO David Reis, who talked about his team’s efforts at Hackensack Meridian Health.
One of the most important aspects of a cybersecurity strategy – particularly during a crisis – is communication, according to Erik Decker and Denise Anderson, who discuss key takeaways from the roadmap recently published by HSCC. And it goes far beyond targeted emails.
If a second wave of Covid-19 hits, Virginia Hospital Center will be “better prepared,” says CIO Michael Mistretta. In this podcast, he talks about how disaster planning has evolved, his team’s “incredible” level of preparedness, and the value of partnerships.