On the surface, the roles of a healthcare leader and an NFL quarterback couldn’t be more different. However, there are a surprising number of parallels between the two, and some best practices that can inspire CIOs to move their organizations from “good to great,” according to Bradd Busick.
“The way people consume content is different,” said Jonathan Hensley of TeamHealth, which means healthcare organizations can no longer rely on email to communicate. During a recent webinar, he talked about how utilizing a platform has helped improve engagement, while enabling leaders to gain insights into how messages are received.
Ten years after going live with Epic, UCLA Health is now focused on “supporting the research community and building a bridge” to better connect research and clinical practice, said Ellen Pollack. During a recent interview, she talked about her team’s constant optimization efforts, the path that took her from nurse to CIO, and the “special skillset” it takes to become an informatics leader.
Given the spike in remote and hybrid work models – which doesn’t appear to be waning any time soon – have CIOs altered their management strategies? What steps can leaders take to ensure a healthy work-life balance for their teams? Aaron Miri provides some thoughts.
Before any initiative is launched, two questions should be asked, according to Laura Marquez: “what are we missing and what did we not consider?” In this interview, she talks about the importance of collaboration and how she has worked to create a culture of safety.