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Russ Branzell, President & CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), interviews leaders in Digital Health from around the world. These thought leaders share their knowledge, challenges, best practices, and ideas for helping to transform health and care on a global level.

Digital Health Leaders CHIME

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Russ Branzell, President & CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), interviews leaders in Digital Health from around the world. These thought leaders share their knowledge, challenges, best practices, and ideas for helping to transform health and care on a global level.

    Conversation with Michael Jefferies, CIO at Boulder Community Health

    Conversation with Michael Jefferies, CIO at Boulder Community Health

    In this podcast, Michael Jefferies tells us about his professional journey, including his CHCIO, that led to where he is today. His passion for learning and growing continues on, as he begins his program to earn his Doctorate in Public Health. 

    Jeffries also shares his leadership insight, including the value of industry partnerships, keeping his team connected to mission, and his guiding philosophy around self care. 

    • 32 min
    Conversation with Peter Marks, PhD, PMP, CPHIMS, CHCIO, VP & CIO at WakeMed

    Conversation with Peter Marks, PhD, PMP, CPHIMS, CHCIO, VP & CIO at WakeMed

    In this podcast, Peter talks about his organization, WakeMed, and how they began as a place to serve people of color and the poor - a core competency from the beginning. He shares his passion for learning, as he has earned a Master's degree and PhD, and is going on to earn another degree. He holds this same passion for learning with his team and their commitment to a continuous learning environment. Peter goes on to talk about the military and the VA as the first innovators in sharing information, and the importance of people owning their own health information. 

    • 36 min
    CEO to CEO with Gus Malezis, President & CEO of Imprivata

    CEO to CEO with Gus Malezis, President & CEO of Imprivata

    In this episode, Gus Malezis shares his professional journey to CEO, his vision, philosophy and three simple principles at Imprivata. Gus also talks about digital identity, the importance of governance in an organization, and why change is a good thing.

    • 40 min
    Conversation with Ed Kopetsky, Former CIO of the Year, CIO at Stanford Children's Health, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

    Conversation with Ed Kopetsky, Former CIO of the Year, CIO at Stanford Children's Health, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

    In this episode, Ed Kopetsky talks about navigating the current healthcare environment; his strategy for developing others; challenges he finds unique to a children's healthcare system, and how more personalized care, telehealth and remote work will be part of the new COVID era. 

    • 30 min
    Conversation with John Glaser, Healthcare Information Technology Executive, Professor, Former CIO, Former CEO, CHIME Founder

    Conversation with John Glaser, Healthcare Information Technology Executive, Professor, Former CIO, Former CEO, CHIME Founder

    In this podcast, John Glaser shares how he is staying busy in his retirement, including writing professionally and to his family; and continuing his passion for personal and professional development by helping  others. He goes on to speak about how he lives daily to support the 5 goals that mean the most to him, and his guiding life philosophies. John also shares his industry insight around COVID, how it is changing interoperability, and what the post-COVID era will look like. 

    • 36 min
    Conversation with Sarah Richardson, VP Change Leadership-IT, Optum

    Conversation with Sarah Richardson, VP Change Leadership-IT, Optum

    As a Change Leadership executive, Sarah identifies the difference between leadership and management and the key qualities of a good leader. She also shares her philosophy on mentorship, the importance of being a lifelong learner, and how being kind is the most important thing she learned from her mother.

    Listen in to this inspiring leader. You'll even learn her favorite Jimmy Buffet song!

    • 34 min

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