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    Rural IT Leaders wear many hats. From tier 1 technical support to executive oversight, the role of a rural CIO is broad in scope. Often, we take what we can get, and do the best we can with what we are given. With limited staff, staff skill levels, and available capital, we take each day at a time and put out daily fires. Our basic function is to keep the lights on! On top of this, the rural CIO is expected to carry out the Security Official duties. The stress of wearing many hats is taxing, making the burden real and overwhelming.

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    Fall Summit

    Healthcare applications leaders are faced with keeping up-to-date with the latest and greatest in applications management, while also dealing with the day-to-day hustle and bustle of healthcare. It is critical that you deliver excellent customer service while dealing with everything from internal software miscues to keeping up with continual upgrades. In addition, you must keep up with ever-changing healthcare regulations such as Meaningful Use and MACRA. As an applications leader, you must remain adaptable to new software and systems that can ease the burden on your care providers, while ensuring these solutions fit into your overall organization strategy. Read More and Register