Michael Martz, CIO, Meadville Medical Center, Chapter 3

Michael Martz, CIO, Meadville Medical Center

From Seattle to PA
First healthcare CIO role — “I’m constantly on a learning curve”
Meadville’s “strong focus on virtualization”
Downtime for “the most absurd reason”
His leadership philosophy — “It’s figuring out how to serve them.”
Being beta tester #1

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Rick Skinner, Chief Information and Technology Officer, UVA Health System, Chapter 3

Rick Skinner, Chief Information and Technology Officer, Univ. Virginia Health System

Title of chief information and technology officer
Canada’s single-payer, government-sponsored system
Standardized performance measures
Oahu’s integrated record system — “A vision of how it could be.”
Managed care in the 90s
Population health lessons from GB & Singapore
Returning to the front lines

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Bernie Clement, CIO, Thibodaux Regional Medical Center, Chapter 3

Bernie Clement, CIO, Thibodaux Regional Medical Center

Director of strategic planning — “It was nice to use the other side of my brain”
The CIO’s toolkit
Taking a job closer to home
Getting — and staying — lean
From the oil industry to health IT
Applying project management skills
Toughest part about being a CIO

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Fernando Martinez, SVP & CIO, Parkland Hospital & Health System, Chapter 3

Fernando Martinez, SVP & CIO, Parkland Hospital & Health System

All-interim executive team
His strategy — “I never approach any job as interim.”
Adapting to Texas – “Dallas has a way of drawing you in.”
Business & IT acumen
Evolution of the CIO from supportive role to leadership position
Background as CTO & CSO
Teaching classes “to stay current.”

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Mitchel Krieger, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic, Chapter 3

Mitchel Krieger, MD, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic

From the military to solo practice
Leading change at Inova
Master’s in Management of Clinical Informatics
Thoughts on his first year — “The depth of talent here is really pretty incredible.”
Fostering – not forcing – innovation
No “magic” in change management
“You have to eat your own cooking.”

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