LTC Chani Cordero FACHE, CHCIO, CPHIMS joins me for a wide ranging discussion on leadership. Being a CIO in a digital world is still about people and relationships.
Taylor Davis the EVP of strategy and analysis with KLAS research joins us to discuss the findings of the Arch Collaborative. The Collaborative measured 140+ provider organizations and over 55,000 clinicians to measure results and identify best practices which make the EHR a powerful tool for some organizations.
Starbridge advisor and Former VCU Health CIO Rich Pollack join me for a discussion on the 2018 health innovation busts and how to avoid them. We also take a look at the changing care settings and how to be prepared.
CIO – CA Market
A DaVita Medical Group
CIO of BIDMC, International Healthcare Professor Harvard Medical School
Star Bridge Advisors
President and CEO
Providence St. Joseph Health
CIO Cleveland Clinic
Chair for Medicine at Singularity Univ & Exponential Medicine
CIO Lifebridge Health
David Bensema, MD
Former CIO, Baptist Health
CIO Intermountain Healthcare
CIO St. Lukes University Health Network
President of Technology
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
drexio digital health
co-foundeder of Explorys
CEO / Co-founder
CIO Pacific Dental
CIO Sharp HealthCare
CIO Mercy Childrens Hospital
Mount Sinai Health System
Anthony Chang, M.D.
Chief Innovation / Intelligence Officer
Sharon Disney Lund Medical Intelligence and Innovation Institute
CIO Hospital for Special Surgery
Lee Milligan, MD
VP & CMIO, Asante
CIO Hoag Hospital
CIO (Innovation) Clearsense
Amy Maneker, M.D.
Former CMIO Akron Children’s Hospital
Former CIO Atrium Health
Chief Information Officer at New York-Presbyterian
Why This Week in Health IT?
As CIO I was privy to so many conversations with great leaders in the industry that I wanted to capture and communicate to my staff. Now I have the time to engage with and capture these conversations so you can share them with your staff. Hope you enjoy. Send me feedback at our email to the right.
Bill Russell recently served as the SVP and CIO of St. Joseph Health where he oversaw the health systems technology and information strategies. Prior to joining St. Joseph Bill provided leadership for several consulting practices including operating his own practice for six years. Bill specializes in emerging technology and practices to advance organization and community objectives. Bill holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and has completed executive education courses and health care IT leadership training at the Harvard School of Public Health in Cambridge, Massachusetts.