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 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.”
By Sue Schade 02:31 pm October 21, 2016
For starters, be a sponge and ask a lot of questions.
By Sue Schade 02:54 pm October 18, 2016
I was running late in wrapping up a meeting before my next one. I was meeting with a young IT staff member whose manager had encouraged him to get time on my calendar for career advice. We had a hour chat about his future goals.
By Sue Schade 04:01 pm October 13, 2016
After stepping back from her post, Sue Schade has been fortunate to watch University Hospitals new CIO Joy Grosser take charge. Schade shares insights she learned during the transition.
By Sue Schade 12:50 pm October 05, 2016
How can I not comment on the most watched Presidential debate ever? There were 84 million people watching the debate. It was up against Monday night football and in my temporary town, the Cleveland Indians were clinching the American Central championship.
By Sue Schade 10:09 am September 27, 2016
It's not all about work; she's passing on some fun tips to the new CIO.
By Sue Schade 12:23 pm September 20, 2016
In the next few weeks, she will try to share as much knowledge and insight as she can.