HIMSSCast: What the pandemic has changed about requisite IT leadership skills

The COVID-19 pandemic turned the U.S. healthcare industry upside-down. It was like dropping a boulder in a pond: The ripples shook everything.

This includes the kinds of skills healthcare leaders need to guide their organizations through the new environment. Not just CEOs, COOs and CFOs, but CIOs and other health IT leaders.

In this podcast, J. Bryan Bennett, executive director of the Healthcare Center of Excellence, which specializes in leadership skills, offers health IT leaders help in navigating the new normal.


Talking points:

How the pandemic has changed the ways the healthcare C-suite has to approach leadership.

How it has changed the way healthcare CIOs, CMIOs, chief digital officers and other health IT leaders must approach leadership.

The new and changing skills these healthcare leaders require in an industry altered by nearly three years of crisis.

What health IT leaders must do to excel as leaders once the pandemic is in the rearview mirror.

More about this episode:

Why telehealth is more than just a pandemic trend

Urgent care’s impact during the pandemic and the future of on-demand care

Report shows overwhelming patient interest in post-pandemic virtual care

Nurse EHR satisfaction slides during pandemic

Northwell Health’s pandemic experience makes the case for robust occupational health IT

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