Cletis Earle, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital, Chapter 4

Cletis Earle, VP & CIO, St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital

Connected care with kiosks
Small organizations — “We’re able to do great things without jumping through hoops.”
MU “forcing the hand” of vendors & providers
“I’m okay with pushing the envelope.”
Patient portal success
NY’s Rx monitoring program
“This is an exciting time and everybody should be excited.”

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Put Your Name On It

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

I love a good press conference. And by ‘good,’ I mean one in which an athlete, coach or owner goes off script and provides an unforgettable sound bite. Over the years, we sports fans have witnessed some doozies. There was former Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Mora, whose infamous “Playoffs?!” rant quickly became a staple on […]

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Chris Belmont, VP & CIO, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Chapter 1

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About MD Anderson
PeopleSoft ERP
From best of breed to Epic
“Transformation is disruptive.”
Staffing up with rapid response teams
Have’s & have-not’s – “Be careful not to create a parallel culture.”
“You can never have enough communication”

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David Lundal, SVP & CIO, Presence Health, Chapter 2

David Lundal, System VP & CIO, Presence Health

The “huge challenge” for CIOs
Staff appreciation — “Everyone is overworked.”
IT governance & “black holes”
From idea to business case to decision
“We have a lot of different initiatives, but not a coherent strategy.”
Managing multiple portals
Clinical integration platform for HIE

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Cletis Earle, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital, Chapter 3

Cletis Earle, VP & CIO, St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital

Security — “the biggest pie in the sky”
Cyber insurance, testing & implementing the right tools
Data loss prevention — “Get ready for the big punch”
Boston Children’s hack attack
Innovation — “We’re able to be as agile as possible.”
Lifesaving mobile EKG reader

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