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Healthcare CIOs can't be afraid to innovate

Brian Eastwood | Oct. 30, 2014
Steven Sasson built the first digital camera in 1975. He worked for Kodak. Thirty-seven years later, Kodak went out of business because it failed to embrace technology it had invented.

Accomplishing this means focusing less on day-to-day IT operations and more on driving the organization forward, Tegethoff says. This can be as simple as developing an application to help patients find the cafeteria or pay for parking, she says, or it can involve creating a product that can be spun out as a separate company.

 

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