The COVID-19 pandemic has been a double whammy for Jack O'Hara, CIO of Springfield Clinic
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"O'Hara was still adjusting to being a brand-new CIO in a new state, when he had to mobilize a team to rapidly deploy telemedicine in a rural community. He did the latter in a span of three weeks.
'We had a zero remote culture up until two weeks ago,'' says O'Hara, referring to mid-March, when the pandemic began ramping up and people were starting to work remotely. 'My first six months 'here' feel like six years. I really got thrown into the fire.'
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