Sheri Rawlings, CIO, San Juan Regional Medical Center, Chapter 3

Sheri Rawlings, CIO, San Juan Regional Medical Center

Her leadership style — “I participate more as an analyst than as a CIO.”
Open-door policy
Departmental conflicts
30-plus years in healthcare
An education in “how hospitals should work and don’t work.”
Getting bit by the health IT bug
Career lessons — “I have never wasted anything.”

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Chris Belmont, VP & CIO, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Chapter 3

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Customized engagement — “In cancer care, a lot of people want that personal touch.”
Networking to help “to avoid the speed bumps”
Collaborative mentorship — “I’m a big fan of growing the talent you have.”
The “variety” of being a vendor & consultant
Vendor management
“We’re doing good things. The industry as a whole is getting better.”

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My LeGarrette Blount Moment

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

So much negativity. We’re just days away from the biggest sporting event of the year, and most of the media hype surrounding the game has focused on a “scandal” involving deflated footballs, and an egotistical athlete who has made a sport out of refusing to engage with reporters. “They’re missing a great story,” I told […]

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David Lundal, SVP & CIO, Presence Health, Chapter 3

David Lundal, System VP & CIO, Presence Health

Prioritization — “If there was a blank checkbook, planning would be easy.”
M&A with SSM Health Care
“This is a complicated new world that everyone is trying to figure out.”
20 years of change
ACHE Fellow
“The conversations are never about the technology.”
Channeling like Wayne Gretzky

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David Lundal, SVP & CIO, Presence Health, Chapter 1

David Lundal, System VP & CIO, Presence Health

About Presence Health
His ‘big career moment’
Presence Health Partners
Transitioning to value-based care — “We want to go two feet in the canoe.”
Epic & Meditech in the hospitals
Population health & analytics on the radar

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