Corey Zeigler, CIO, Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, Chapter 2

When it comes to population health, the biggest issue organizations like Fort Drum face is data access, says CIO Corey Zeigler, who talks about what his team is doing to present clinicians with “the most complete picture.”

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Corey Zeigler, CIO, Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, Chapter 1

By not owning hospitals, Fort Drum is in a unique position to bring different entities to the table, says CIO Corey Zeigler, who talks about the organization’s governance structure, and how they’re using HIEs to pull together data.

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Craig Richardville, SVP & CIO, Carolinas HealthCare System, Chapter 1

About CHS
Multiple-vendor platform with Epic, Cerner & McKesson
“The future is interoperability and being able to share data.”
EDW, HIE & patient engagement
Using patient-generated data to create “a “unified, holistic view”
Learning from Mint.com — “We’re going to you.”

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Jennifer Greenman, VP of IT & CIO, Moffitt Cancer Center, Chapter 1

About Moffitt Cancer Center
TCC — “It’s an essential part of our care delivery and research model.”
Oncology Research Information Exchange Network
Taking Chemo paperless — “It’s one of the most complex aspects of the EHR.”
Commitment to personalized medicine
The steep oncology learning curve

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Kathy Ross, VP & CIO, Sacred Heart Health System and Providence Hospital, Chapter 2

Clinically-led projects — “We’re being totally transparent and inclusive.”
Power of executive sponsorship
“Leadership all the way down is committed.”
From Allscripts to athenahealth in ambulatory
Analytics initiative with Optum — “It will give us a clear picture.”
The CIO’s challenge — “Projects don’t stop.”

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