Art Krumrey got into health IT through a job swap. In 1993, he was handling IT infrastructure for Loyola University of Chicago (also his undergraduate alma mater), when he and a colleague, the university's applications director, decided it would be fun to trade places. "It was a bold thing to do, and I don't think it could happen today, but it certainly worked for me," he says. "I like to learn by observation." His new role made him responsible not only for software used by the university, but also for applications at Loyola University Medical Center.
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