One of Chris Paravate’s core objectives? To make sure that as Northeast Georgia expands its physical footprint, “we’re not just extending what we already have in our portfolio, but really taking the opportunity to test new technologies, implement new tools, and bring them back to other existing facilities,” he said in a recent podcast interview.
Improving patient experience doesn’t have to come at the cost of making more work for clinicians or operational staff, said Chris Paravate, CIO at Northeast Georgia Health System, in this podcast interview. “It doesn’t have to be a trade-off.”
Cybersecurity leaders can leverage threat intelligence to better understand adversaries, learn from attacks, and take actions to mitigate risks. But it needs to be part of a larger strategy that includes taking care of basics and partnering with others, according to Teresa Tonthat and Chris Paravate.
If you want to transition the IT department away from application support mode and into customer support mode, make sure you’re listening and asking the right questions, says CIO Chris Paravate.
Perhaps the hardest part of a CIO’s role is in learning to relinquish some control, says Chris Paravate, who talks about how he has worked to educate and empower his staff, and why go-live is only the beginning.