Julie Bonello, CIO, Access Community Health Network, Chapter 3

Julie Bonello, CIO, ACCESS Community Health Network

Staff retention — providing “great growth opportunities.”
Role of IT in improving care
Referral flow between hospitals and specialists
Background in nursing, researching & consulting
Aligning with community health centers — “That’s where all of us are beginning to migrate.”
The unique opportunity for today’s CIOs

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Technology, Where Are All The Women?

Sue Schade, CIO, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers

I have been hesitant to talk about women’s issues here, but I’ve been encouraged to do so by many women colleagues. They tell me I have a platform, so use it! Young women tell me that I, a female CIO, am a role model and that they want to learn from me. I’ll be doing an […]

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Chad Eckes, CIO, Wake Forest Baptist Health, Chapter 4

Chad Eckes, CIO, Wake Forest Baptist Health

High cost of archiving data
Project Sunset
Advisory councils for prioritization
“I’m blessed in this enterprise for having very active partners.”
Balancing strategic initiatives with operational needs
ITS organizational structure
“The most important draw here was the people.”

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Michael Skvarenina, VP & CIO, Holy Name Medical Center, Chapter 3

Michael Skvarenina, VP & CIO, Holy Name Medical Center

Multiple patient portals — “It’s really not user-friendly.”
Acting CIO for nearly a decade
From vendor to provider side
“I’ve never let go of software design and development”
WebHIS blog
“With passion, anything is possible”
Holy Name’s development “Dream Team”

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Mark Zirkelbach, CIO, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Chapter 3

Mark Zirkelbach, CIO, Loma Linda University Medical Center

5-year plan – “the vital few”
Pre-vetting requests
Partnering with business
CIO of ambulatory multispecialty group — “That was a phenomenal experience”
Loma Linda’s mission ‘to make man whole’
MU — “That’ll be just the floor for us.”

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