One of the CIO’s most important roles? Marketer, says Danny Scott. In this interview, he talks about what he’s doing to show the value IT brings to the organization, and what he believes it takes to build a team of high performers.
Change management may seem complex, but it really comes down to a very simple idea: “If people don’t understand why you’re doing something, they’ll never buy into it,” says Danny Scott, CIO at Good Samaritan.
One of the biggest mistakes organizations can make? Focusing too much on the day to day, and not enough on strategic planning, says CIO Danny Scott. In this interview, he talks about what he has done to establish a “real vision” at Good Samaritan.
To learn more about the challenges associated with implementing electronic medical records in hospitals, the HIT Standards Committee’s Implementation Workgroup took testimony from a number of CIOs, including Chuck Christian of Vincennes, Ind.-based Good Samaritan. Before he jumped on a plane out of D.C., Christian spent a few minutes on the phone with healthsystemCIO.com editor […]