May 11, 2022
Kate Gamble

There’s perhaps no better preparation for becoming a healthcare CEO than having spent time both in the CIO and COO roles, according to Suresh Gunasekaran, who recently took the helm at UCSF Health.

“I take a great deal from my time as CIO,” including how to run a reliable IT organization, he said during a recent interview with Kate Gamble, Managing Editor at What he really loved about being CIO, however, was the opportunity to “partner on virtually every aspect of the healthcare enterprise,” whether it was clinical quality and efficiency, disaster...

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