Just because an initiative has been started, it doesn’t mean it has to be completed, said Keith Perry, CIO at St. Jude Children’s. In a recent interview, he talks about the unique opportunity health IT leaders have to rethink processes.
As difficult as it is to stop the momentum of a project, sometimes it’s the best thing a leader can do, says Keith Perry. In this interview, he talks about the tough decisions – and innovative thinking – that led to the developing of an award-winning app.
While it would be great to avoid career landmines, the experience can strengthen a CIO’s leadership skills and help better position the organization for future challenges, says Chris Wierz of Witt/Kieffer.
When you’re dealing with an explosion of data, it’s time to shift away from the “shipping and downloading model” and move to a more efficient system, says CIO Keith Perry.
One of the biggest challenges in having a longstanding vendor partnership? Making sure that the systems can accommodate evolving workflows and push an organization forward, says CIO Keith Perry.