During the early stages of Covid, healthcare IT departments provided they could make decisions – and act on them – quickly. What happens next, however, is just as important, according to former CIO Bill Spooner.
Three new CIO members and a Foundational member representative were named to the CHIME Board of Trustees and will begin their terms in January 2023, the organization announced in a press release. The new officers for the next two years were also unveiled. Joining the Board will be Daniel Barchi, CIO at NewYork-Presbyterian; Terri Couts, […]
As organizations deal with the lingering challenges stemming from Covid, while looking ahead at how digital tools can help improve engage and ease burnout, it’s never been more important for leaders to come together, as several did during a panel at ViVE22.
“To be successful, we need diverse opinions and diverse experiences represented,” said Tanya Townsend. In a recent interview, she talked about her goals as CHIME Board Chair, why having “shoulders to lean on” is critical, and the biggest lessons learned from Covid.
The key to accelerating innovation – and solving the biggest problems in healthcare – is bringing “the whole health and care ecosystem together,” said Keith Fraidenburg, COO of CHIME, during a discussion about the upcoming ViVE event.