It’s not about bringing technology solutions forward, but about “being able to drive thoughtful dialogue with our partners,” said our panelists during a discussion about the CIO’s role in communicating the value of IT, why numbers aren’t always important, and the initiatives that shouldn’t be overlooked.
Perhaps the most important lesson Michael Elley has learned in nearly two decades of healthcare IT leadership? “It starts with people,” and more specifically, building relationships to better understand the culture, the focus, and the gaps that exist, he said during a recent interview.
How do you know if an organization is the right fit? What are the keys to working with executive recruiters? CIOs Aaron Miri, Julie Bonello and Michael Elley addressed these and other key questions during a recent webinar.
Michael Elley weighs the pros and cons of being at both large and small organizations, how the CIO role has evolved in the past decade, and why it’s not realistic to create 5-year plans in today’s world.
One of the many lessons OhioHealth has learned by collaborating with other industries? The more flexibility and power organizations give consumers, the better relationship will be, says Michael Elley.