Sue Schade

@sgschade
Sue Schade, MBA, LCHIME, FCHIME, FHIMSS, is a nationally recognized health IT leader. She recently launched a new healthcare IT advisory firm, StarBridge Advisors, with two colleagues, David Muntz and Russ Rudish.

ethics compliance

Sue Schade is serving as interim CIO at Stony Brook Medicine in Stony Brook, New York.

By Sue Schade 09:36 am May 22, 2017
Both ethics and compliance start in the C-suite, Sue Schade writes. 
daily operational issues of healthcare IT

Sue Schade is serving as interim CIO at Stony Brook Medicine in Stony Brook, New York.

By Sue Schade 04:42 pm May 18, 2017
Having a meaningful impact can help with the day-to-day operational issues of IT.
By Sue Schade 06:54 am May 09, 2017
Customer service, account management and long-term value for the investment are among the key points in developing a good vendor relationship.
Sue Schade taking time off from work

Sue Schade advises taking full advantage of time off the job. Don't wait to learn that lesson on the fly.

By Sue Schade 11:54 am April 25, 2017
Don't wait to learn that lesson the hard way, time away from work is not optional.
leadership huddles gemba

Sue Schade reprises some of her go-to lean strategies.

By Sue Schade 12:09 pm April 23, 2017
I am a lean leader and always willing to share my learnings. I’ve written several blog posts chronicling my lean experience at different organizations.

'My leadership team has been very open to the changes.'

By Sue Schade 08:34 am April 11, 2017
New and unexpected opportunities can be just around the corner.

Sue Schade considers the healthcare lessons gleaned from her pets.

By Sue Schade 09:24 am March 28, 2017
We have two little dogs. Pepe is a 10-year old Shih Tzu/poodle and Coco is an 8-year old Shih Tzu /Bichon.  Pepe had been getting frailer and weaker throughout the Fall months.
open office space IT

'Technology is great for closing the distance but I can’t say enough positive about being in the same location and making the most of face-to-face opportunities every day.'

 

By Sue Schade 04:11 pm March 21, 2017
The approach opens endless possibilities for checking in, follow-up and teamwork. Yet there is still a lot to be said about face-to-face meetings. 

You’re on a honeymoon. It will be measured in days or weeks but usually not months.

By Sue Schade 07:08 am March 13, 2017
Remember those first few days on a new job? You were officially on-boarded, and signed a lot of forms. You learned all the basic processes and policies that new employees need to know. And you got the big picture of the organization’s mission, vision, values and culture. Your head is spinning by the end of day one and even week one, but...

'When we encourage and develop women, we help everyone.'

By Sue Schade 02:35 pm March 07, 2017
It is the beginning of National Women’s History Month. It has been celebrated since 1987 but has its roots in International Women’s Day (March 8th) which started in 1911. The National Women’s History Month was first declared by President Jimmy Carter in 1980.

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