Teamwork is always important, especially in a field as complex as healthcare. But perhaps no time is more critical than a go-live for everyone to be on the same page, working toward the same goal, says Sue Schade, interim CTO at UVHN.
“There is no end to what we can accomplish if we keep our minds open and curious learning from one another,” says Sue Schade, who shares lessons learned from the go-live preparation at University of Vermont Health Network.
One of the most complex issues CIOs face? Trying to meet the organization’s goals without placing too much burden on the staff, says Adam Buckley, who talks about being “the bearer of bad news.”
One of the core competencies in today’s CIO isn’t being an expert in everything, but rather in being smart enough to surround yourself with experts, says Adam Buckley.
There are few factors that can impact a health system leader’s strategy more than location, says Adam Buckley, who talks about how being a rural system shapes his strategy.