Cybersecurity breaches, information blocking rules, clinician burnout — there’s no shortage of areas that need attention from an advocacy standpoint. During a session at CHIME23, a panel of plugged-in leaders share insights on where the biggest hurdles exist, and what they’re doing to overcome them.
Whether it means getting to “back to basics” with IT governance or creating new partnerships, a panel of leaders discussed what digital transformation has meant to their organization, the most significant challenges they’ve faced, and how they’re positioning their teams for the future.
Three new CIO members and a Foundational member representative were named to the CHIME Board of Trustees and will begin their terms in January 2023, the organization announced in a press release. The new officers for the next two years were also unveiled. Joining the Board will be Daniel Barchi, CIO at NewYork-Presbyterian; Terri Couts, […]
As CIOs face mounting pressures to deliver innovative solutions while ensuring data are secure, the best course of action is to form strategic partnerships with vendors, said Tressa Springmann and Julie Bonello during a recent panel discussion.
There’s no doubt that strategic alignment, governance structure and executive buy-in are key factors in advancing innovation. But so is a willingness to step completely out of the box, said panelists Rick Schooler, Tressa Springmann and Anne Wellington at the CHIME21 Fall Forum.