It may be a cliché, but for security leaders, knowledge is definitely power. And that knowledge must come from a number of directions. First off, CISOs and their teams must be ingesting the latest threat intelligence to know what the bad guys are up to, but that information can only be acted upon in a […]
Though sharing information with other health systems may not be a priority for leadership teams working through a breach, it is, ironically, one of the most important actions organizations can take for their peers, according to Denise Anderson, President of Health ISAC. That’s because, as she puts it, “one person’s defense will become everyone else’s […]
Many CIOs today think that unless their name is synonymous with innovation, their resume won’t get a second look. Thus, they push initiatives that may not line up with the limited resources at their disposal or what their organizations really need. In this webinar about the value that can be found in focusing on blocking and tackling, long-time CIO Chuck Podesta will present Renown Health’s 2-year turnaround from spending 7% of total OPEX on IT to 4%, while increasing employee engagement year over year, and instilling a culture of teamwork and customer service. Chuck will present proven tactics that work. You will get the knowledge to truly help your organization’s mission while gaining the experience that health systems are looking for.
“Nurses and doctors didn’t go to school to become data entry technicians; and yet, a lot times, that’s what we feel like we’re doing,” said Gregg Nicandri, MD. In this interview, he talks about how URMC is leveraging technology to offload some of the burden, and shares his thoughts on the evolving CMIO role and what it takes to successfully drive change.
The key to being a successful cybersecurity leader is to understand the business and mission, said Jeffrey Vinson, Chief Cyber & Information Security Officer at Harris Health System. “You have to understand what the core outcomes are supposed to be, and make sure you’re moving toward them.”