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.
The answer to ‘what keeps you up at night’ undoubtedly differs from one leader to another; for William Walders, CIO at Health First, it’s the sustainability and survivability of healthcare. In this piece, he identifies the key objectives that can help move toward that goal.
Given the massive transformation healthcare has undergone in recent years, it should come as no surprise that digital health and cybersecurity were common themes in our most popular interviews from 2022 – particularly the latter.
As it becomes increasingly challenging to manage a successful IT shop – and balance the myriad priorities coming their way – CIOs are finding that the answer lies somewhere between ‘yes’ and ‘no,’ according to our panelists.
“We don’t need heroes. We people doing normal things well all day, every day.” In this interview, William Walders talks about the value of “brilliant at the basics,” how his team is eliminating technical debt, and how they celebrate moving away from legacy systems.