Part of being a good leader is delivering “clarity of purpose and clarity of work,” even when it means having difficult conversations, said Lee Milligan, MD. As he prepares to leave his role at Asante, he sheds some light on some of his most valuable takeaways.
As CIO of a multihospital system, Lee Milligan, MD, has had enough experience to categorize vendors into three buckets: transactional vendor, partner vendor, and transactional vendor masquerading as a partner. In this blog, he explains how he arrived at the theory, and whether it still holds true.
It’s only natural for physicians to question why they chose their specialty, and whether all of the challenges are worth it – until an extraordinary experience brings them back, says Dr. Lee Milligan, who shares one of his own experiences.
As consumer expectations continue to shift, CIOs find themselves in the difficult position of having to keep an eye toward the future without losing sight of the present, said Aaron Miri and Lee Milligan during a recent panel discussion.
If you rely solely on anecdotal evidence to measure user satisfaction, you’re missing out, says Lee Milligan, who talks about how his team is leveraging data to improve workflow and deliver a better customer experience.