All posts by Mark Casselman

CEO, COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association

Five Essential Questions for Digital Health Leaders

The old line about brevity being the soul of wit certainly applies to Peter Drucker’s classic 2008 publication, “The Five Most  Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization.” The book distills critical organizational guiding principles down to bite-size essentials that anyone leading an organization or major initiative can quickly  absorb. The five questions are: … Continue reading Five Essential Questions for Digital Health Leaders

Seven Emerging Themes in Digital Health for 2019

Keeping a paper notebook in a digital age may seem contradictory, but I still do it. When ideas spring to mind throughout the day I like to capture them on the spot, and the pocket notebook is my preferred medium. However, my trusty notebook might be the only non-digital artifact in a life otherwise enriched … Continue reading Seven Emerging Themes in Digital Health for 2019

Leadership in Action – CHIEF Executive Forum members are building the future of health

While our membership year officially begins on April 1, many members consider the fall season as the “launch” of a new year with Digital Health Canada. Fall is a season of change and renewed emphasis on learning, education, and building new connections. Each Fall, Digital Health Canada brings together leaders from across Canada at the … Continue reading Leadership in Action – CHIEF Executive Forum members are building the future of health

Through Change We Grow Stronger for the Future

When we started to develop the 2017-2020 Digital Health Canada Strategic Plan, one thing we recognized was a need for change – across our industry, across our professional members and member organizations, and across our association. Many of the expected changes and themes discussed by members, board, and management began to play out over this … Continue reading Through Change We Grow Stronger for the Future

Skills for success in a rapidly changing world

The upside to working in a world of constant innovation like the one we are currently experiencing is a complete absence of professional ennui: who has time for complacency when every day brings announcements of new ventures, mergers, breakthroughs, and ideas. The downside? The structured career paths previous generations could count on are disappearing, and … Continue reading Skills for success in a rapidly changing world

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