Categories for Executive Leadership

Bridgemore Sponsors HIMSS16 NashVegas Event


Bridgemore IT is a proud sponsor of NashVegas Event in Las Vegas, NV on March 1, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST). To join us in Vegas, click the link below to register!

Register: NASHVEGAS – Presented by TN HIMSS

It’s where Nashville and Las Vegas come together – NashVegas!  Please join us at HIMSS16 for the TN HIMSS chapter reception. Each year, hundreds of industry professionals descend upon the TN Chapter Reception to socialize, engage and collaborate.

With over 1800 members, TN HIMSS is one of the largest HIMSS chapters in the country. Our reception is the perfect place to network with our board members, sponsors and chapter members alike. This is also a great time to learn more about our chapter, annual events and how you can get engaged!

Enjoy a fun filled event at Gilley’s, part of Treasure Island (just across the street from the convention center) from 6:00 to 8:00pm. There will be plenty of free food, drinks, bull riding, line dancing and giveaways!

This is one reception you won’t want to miss! We hope to see you in your best   country attire – don’t forget the rhinestones!

Assume? Or Ask.

“Don’t ever assume that you know what’s important to your stakeholders. Ask them!”

In project and executive leadership meetings, decisions are often are made based on assumptions of the priorities of the projects’ key stakeholders. Individuals in leadership should never assume they know the key goals behind a client’s expectations or healthcare technology performance needs.

For example, in the case of electronic medical records (EMR), it is often the physicians and nurses that project teams’ leadership decisions impact the most. If you really want to know what is important for the acceptance or adoption of an EMR, ask the physicians and nurses.

Since these individuals have the most direct contact with existing EMR systems, they are just as ready to provide honest feedback about their likes and dislikes about existing EMR software as executives are ready to insist that an upgrade be implemented. While many project leaders in the healthcare technology industry have gained valuable experience with the wave of EMR implementation in recent years, it is important that they talk with key stakeholders to understand current challenges and future needs before making official implementation decisions.

Not only is it the right strategy, it’s the right customer service attitude. And with the right customer service attitude, the goals of the healthcare technology industry can not only be met, but can be exceeded as well.