No one is better suited than those who are in the trenches to push for better healthcare IT policies, according to Randy McCleese, one of several leaders who talks about why advocacy is so critical, especially in today’s landscape.
“There’s security and safety in doing things that are known,” says CIO Aaron Miri, who believes the hallmark of a great leader is being willing to step out of the comfort zone and take risks.
Sometimes all it takes is a simple question – ‘Did you know this was happening?’ – to close the gap between senior executives and those on the front line, and help determine the best possible solutions, says CIO Aaron Miri.
It may seem counter-intuitive, but sometimes the best way to determine optimal processes and workflows is to take technology out of the equation and “put it on paper,” says CIO Aaron Miri.
HIMSS19 was about a lot of things – building relationships, focusing on the human side of technology, and empowering patients. What it wasn’t about? “New and shiny objects,” according to a handful of influential leaders.