Healthcare IT News December 7, 2022
John P. Donohue

To fight for the best and the brightest, don’t give employees a reason to go. Pay them well, keep them engaged and ensure that managers know their roles.

I have been reflecting as 2022 winds down, realizing that as healthcare IT leaders prepare for a new year, there will be many headwinds facing our future path. Although it’s been almost three years since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, leading healthcare IT organizations has never been more challenging.

What worked for many years in terms of leading technology teams is often no longer enough in today’s new healthcare setting. The skills, traits and experience that made leaders successful in the past continues to change direction and evolve as the fallout from the great...

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