Like cardiac myocytes, clinical leaders and team members can function perfectly fine as individual units, but “we function even better as well-organized, well-synchronized team,” according to Dirk Stanley, MD, who draws an interesting comparison in this blog.
CISOs must provide organizational leaders with all the information they need to make sound, risk-based decisions, says Dennis Leber, PhD, Interim CISO, UConn Health.
“The only right way to deal with people is forthrightly and honestly. If mistakes are made, admit them and correct them.” It may not be the most contemporary guidance, but many years later the words hold true, according to Dirk Stanley, MD, who shares a gem from way back.
For Dirk Stanley, MD, CMIO at UConn Health, the key to becoming a “document whisperer” for clinical workflow design and EMR support was in understanding how the two concepts are related, and then developing workflows that are “quick, easy-to-use, and functionally sound.”
Before any initiative is launched, two questions should be asked, according to Laura Marquez: “what are we missing and what did we not consider?” In this interview, she talks about the importance of collaboration and how she has worked to create a culture of safety.