Peter Strombom, the retiring vice president and CIO of Meriter Hospital
, still remembers the day, 16 years ago, when a physician stopped him in the hallway to register a complaint.
Meriter had just finished installing its existing phone system when the doctor cut Strombom to the quick. Why are your ph......Full article >>>
een in lock step with the Tight-Loose-Tight model for IT implementation. The label refers to having very tight expectations for different projects, and communicating them to the staff; being loose enough to let staffers, within established standards, use their own initiative to get the job done; and then tight again to make sure expectations are met.
That model will be applied on each of......Full article >>>
ds, he has tossed and turned because of the overall state of technology. He openly wonders what's being done to prevent electronic terrorist attacks, especially given how Internet-reliant the world has become, and what's being done to prevent the export of intellectual capital from the United States to global competitors.
As he looks to the future, he sees more hospitals and healthcare p......Full article >>>
a look at their technical abilities to do the job.
If they don't have the personality, and they don't have the communication skills, they are not going to be a fit in the department.
Strombom believes the essence of CIO leadership centers on developing a vision beyond day-to-day IT operations. CIOs need to look into the future, he said, and be able to predict which emerging tech......Full article >>>
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