Reflecting on his role as both CHIME Board Chair and CIO at Intermountain, Marc Probst talks about what the organization is doing to increase member engagement, how the CIO role is evolving, and what he looks forward to most at the Forum.
Is there really a place in today’s fast-moving health IT world for manual processes that use sticky notes? Yes, says Sue Schade, who draws from her own experience to talk about the benefits and challenges of going lean.
One of the most important benefits in being part of the CIO community is the willingness to share experiences and learn from others how to avoid — or recover from — landmines, say Chris Belmont and Keith Perry.
What’s the biggest roadblock in establishing best practices for cybersecurity? Lack of communication, says Theresa Meadows, who will discuss how the Cybersecurity Task Force is working to change that.