In the past year, our blogs have examined a variety of pertinent topics, from clinical informatics to artificial intelligence to the ever-evolving CIO role. Here, we unveil the most popular blog posts from our contributing authors.
If a qualified, highly recommended employee isn’t performing, who takes accountability? Lee Milligan, MD, believes the onus is on leaders to “bring out the finest in our teams,” he wrote in a recent piece. “We owe that to them, to the business, and to ourselves.”
Cost will also be a factor, but when it comes to creating and maintaining strong vendor partnerships, leaders are looking at much more than just the price tag, according to Tom Barnett, Kate Pierce, and other thought leaders we’ve interviewed.
One way to encourage team members to disconnect while on vacation? By asking them to appoint a point person, said Lee Milligan, MD. Not only does it fill the void; it also allows for “professional growth for that individual.”
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.