The change in administration has left CIOs with more questions than answers, but CHIME’s Public Policy team feels “optimistic” about the future of health IT, according to Leslie Krigstein and Mari Savickis.
There’s still a lot of hesitation when it comes to moving to the cloud, but the silver linings make it worth the effort, say CIO Deanna Wise and ClearData founder Chris Bowen.
The group that launched a cyber attack on his organization may have been Anonymous, but CIO Daniel Nigrin has gone public to tell his team’s story in the hopes that others take the steps needed to protect patient data.
Although Sue Schade entered this year’s HIMSS conference with a different objective than in the past, she came away feeling refreshed and ready to take on new challenges. In this post, she identifies her key takeaways from the show.
The importance of networking at a conference cannot be overstated, says Witt/Kieffer’s Zachary Durst, who provides steps on how to put yourself out there at HIMSS, whether you’re searching for a job or just looking.
Whether you’re a social butterfly or a social media “fly on the wall,” there are many ways to join the conversation at HIMSS, says Drex DeFord, one of 20 Social Media Ambassadors who will be on hand at the show.
From networking events to sessions, HIMSS is more focused than ever before on developing women in health IT, says Sue Schade, who offers a rundown of the activities female attendees should be sure to bookmark.