Measuring Up:  How Can CIOs Take Stock?


Savvy leaders know that it is important to not only know what and how you are doing, but for your key stakeholders to know, as well. . . . .

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Pursuing IT Standardization and Consolidation: Insights from Dave Bowen, Director of Health Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Defense Health Agency, U.S. Department of Defense
The provision of health services is a critical and significant mission within each branch of the U.S. Military, as well as an integral part of the U.S....

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Replacing the Use of Cubits
Monday, August 31, 2015 - 14:10
A “cubit” is an ancient measure of length – from your elbow to your middle fingertip. We no longer use it, because...
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"Ultimately, the CIO needs to strive to be more of a business leader and strategist and less of a technologist."
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""We put one sixth of our entire economy into health care -- far more than any other industrialized nation. The question is: do we get better results? The answer is: probably not. There are issues that we have to grapple as a society insisting that what "we're paying for is of the highest value."
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"Ultimately, [the goal] is to make it a way of living, a way of thinking. You begin to look for waste in whatever you do. Once you start thinking that way, you can change the way that you are doing things so that it is more efficient.”
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"This joint theater trauma system in Iraq has a [trauma] registry that records all injuries, all aspects of injuries, so that we are able to not only provide the care, but also to examine the care to see where improvements could be made. We learn how to better manage the kind of trauma that we’re seeing.”
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"If you think about what we’re about, creating knowledge, sharing information for the advancement of humankind, then we’re all about sharing information, but we also have the challenge of security and securing the information. So balancing this is a big challenge.”
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“We are moving to a patient-centric environment, where veteran health information can be shared more easily…. [So] no matter where the veteran goes, the access to his or her medical information is very easy, to the point where it can actually be accessed by other government agencies.”
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