Healthcare organizations are relying more heavily on supplemental staffing to fill gaps, but what they really need, according to CIOs Chuck Podesta and Susan Carman, is “more of a consultant that works to build internal knowledge.”
One of the most complex aspects of implementing an EHR? Finding the balance between following the recipe that has proven successful, while also “making it your own,” says Laishy Williams-Carlson, CIO at Roper St. Francis, in this podcast.
When it comes to building a successful IT team, engagement and satisfaction aren’t the same thing, says CIO Tom Kurtz. Engagement means “making sure everyone is rowing in the same direction.”
Sometimes the best decisions are made – and the best work is done – when leaders don’t “have time for overthinking, having multiple meetings, and bringing multiple areas together,” says Dr. Stephanie Lahr. In this interview, she discusses her team’s pandemic response.
Sometimes the most effective way to help develop staff is to take them away from the day to day, says CIO Mathew Gaug, who talks about why he’s a firm believer in cross-training and rounding.