When your mission is to drive change, there are inevitably going to be setbacks. What sets successful organizations apart, says CHIME CEO Russell Branzell, is the ability to stay the course and find a way to move forward.
If you want to help people make a big impact, you have to challenge their thinking, and encourage them to grow, says CHIME CEO Russell Branzell, who discusses how the organization has grown, and what he hopes to see at the Fall Forum.
In a quarter of a century, CHIME has undergone several changes, but one thing has remained the same. The goal is to make everyone’s job a little less difficult by sharing best practices, says Russ Branzell, who reflects on how far the organization has come, and where it hopes to go.
There are a lot of question marks about what it will take to transition to the world of value-based care. One thing we know for sure? Optimizing the use of health IT tools will be essential, say Russell Branzell and Bob Cash.
Chuck Christian’s term — “He was truly a catalyst for change.”
Need for benchmarking & collaboration
“It’s not a matter of if you’re going to get hacked.”
Leveraging military experience to improve security
CHIME/HIMSS Forum — “We have one day to make a big impact.”
The vision: “Exceptional leaders transforming healthcare”