Vision is the lifeblood of an organization. Having a strong vision keeps an organization moving forward and provides meaning to what each individual does every day. It helps motivate employees to deal effectively with challenges and setbacks that they face along the way. What does it take for a leader to develop a compelling vision capable of moving the company forward? How does he or she inspire others to successfully engage and share with that vision? And how does their involvement help a leader know their vision is on the right track?
Steven JHess, CIO, University of Colorado Health
Steven J Hess CIO, University of Colorado Health Steve has been working in the Healthcare IT field for over 23 years. Steve was named the Chief Information Officer of University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) in 2012. UCHealth is a C... More View all posts
Steven J Hess CIO, University of Colorado Health Steve has been working in the Healthcare IT field for over 23 years. Steve was named the Chief Information Officer of University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) in 2012. UCHealth is a Colorado-based healthcare system that includes five hospitals and hundreds of clinics throughout Colorado, Wyoming and Western Nebraska. Steve and his team have been focused on implementing consolidated and standardized IT systems across all of the UCHealth hospitals and clinics, including an Epic EHR and Lawson ERP solution. Steve was previously the CIO of University of Colorado Hospital from 2009 to 2012 where he oversaw the implementation of the Epic EMR and Lawson ERP solutions there. Prior to that, Steve was the CIO at Christiana Care Health System in Delaware for 5 years. In addition to the EMR and ERP background, Steve has extensive experience with Health Information Exchange, Interactive Patient Care Systems, Patient Portals, Analytics and Telehealth. Less View all posts