With IT staffs often too far removed from the reality of care that organizations provide, the onus is on CIOs to “find creative ways to stay grounded in the important work we do,” says Sue Schade.
Whether it’s through donating money or time, make it a point to give back this holiday season, says CIO Sue Schade, whose experience with a “lunch and learn” was just as rewarding for her as the participants.
As we gather with family and friends this Thanksgiving, let us be mindful of the global society we now live in. It is a difficult time for political discourse, let alone the kind of rowdy yet friendly debates that can erupt at Thanksgiving tables with people we know well and love. The current political climate […]
I have lived and worked in Ann Arbor for 3 years now and have made many trips to Lansing and Detroit for meetings and events. In Lansing, I go to about 5 different locations: my car is almost on auto pilot. I have been to various locations in downtown Detroit and the surrounding suburbs. What […]
The past month has been a particularly busy one for me. I have spoken locally a few times and gone out of town on business several times as well. I’ve been to the CHIME Fall Forum, made a site visit at Duke, and attended an AAMI board meeting. During that same period, I’ve given a talk […]