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.
By Sue Schade 11:15 am January 23, 2017
I’ve written many posts on leadership. As we witness the peaceful transfer of power in the Office of the President, it seems fitting to reflect again on leadership and what we should expect of leaders.
By Sue Schade 10:10 am January 23, 2017
Think about the little girls you know. Did they get even more dolls for holiday gifts? Or did they get toys and games that teach creative thinking and how to build things? Or did they maybe even get toys officiallylabeled in the STEM category?
By Sue Schade 12:41 pm December 29, 2016
Holiday gift lists, baking lists, family fun lists while kids are out of school and “honey do” lists while off from work…..we have personal to do lists everywhere.
By Sue Schade 10:49 am December 21, 2016
Itching to get a new position in healthcare IT? There are key questions to answer, and until you do, there will be no clarity.
By Sue Schade 01:10 pm December 12, 2016
A former CIO gets a close up look of the assessment side
By Sue Schade 08:28 am November 30, 2016
Healthcare is free at all levels for all patients.
By Sue Schade 10:41 am November 22, 2016
Sue Schade explains why she will approach the next four years with an open mind.
By Sue Schade 06:35 pm November 19, 2016
Transitions of leadership are going on all the time in our organizations: a new CEO, a new VP, or new management at another level; it is change.
By Sue Schade 01:23 pm November 07, 2016
My first professional event since moving back to New England is tonight, November 7. Boston Health 2.0 is a chapter of the national Health 2.0 organization. They hold monthly meetings to promote and catalyze new technologies in healthcare.
By Sue Schade 12:08 pm November 07, 2016
“You need to own your own career and to be open to the possibilities. It applies whether you are early, mid or late career.”