One healthcare leader was set on becoming an artist. One considered a career as a flight attendant. Another saw herself as a comedian. Fortunately, they chose healthcare, but it could have been a very different world if these (and other) leaders had followed their original paths.
With the exception of a rare few, most career paths are riddled with bumps, potholes, and detours. Fortunately, they’re also filled with opportunities for those who are paying attention – and are willing to try a different direction. In this post, leaders shed light on the conversations that altered their lives.
Like it or not, the remote and hybrid work models that were borne out of the Covid-19 pandemic are here stay — and, consequently, so are the myriad challenges that come with safeguarding data off premise. During a recent panel discussion, Zafar Chaudry, MD, and Chris Paravate shared strategies for enabling access without compromising security.
Forget the bells and whistles; artificial intelligence should be about “trying to meet people in the trenches with business solutions that solve problems,” said our panelists, who discussed the keys to buy-in with AI and ML, the pitfalls to avoid, and why the people piece is so critical.
“There’s a lot more than can be done” with modern ERP systems, said our panelists during a recent webinar, but in order to reap those benefits and achieve true transformation, CIOs need to follow some key steps.