Arthur Crowe, VP of Support Services & CIO, Peconic Bay Medical Center, Chapter 2

Arthur Crowe, VP of Support Services & CIO, Peconic Bay Medical Center

Challenges with device security
The “easy win” of guest wireless
Customizing NextGen for docs
Nearly delaying MU 1 — “Taking penalties is not a popular subject”
Diving and conquering big projects
Frequent team meetings
CEO support — “It’s definitely a shot in the arm.”

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Anne Lara, CIO, Union Hospital of Cecil County, Chapter 2

Anne Lara, RN, CIO, Union Hospital of Cecil County

Securing mobile devices — “PHI has become quite the commodity.”
ICD-10 taskforce
eCare with University of Maryland
Partnering with AT&T for remote monitoring
ROI & patient outcomes — “You have to look at things differently.”
From bedside oncology nurse to CIO

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Steve Shirley, VP of IT & CIO, Parkview Medical Center, Chapter 1

Steve Shirley, VP of IT & CIO, Parkview Medical Center

About Parkview
Pueblo’s “challenging” payer mix
Migrating from Meditech Magic to 6.0
Bridging the gap between clinical & IT
From 9 servers to 61
Eliminating the nursing tool belt

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Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center, Chapter 1

Shafiq Rab, MD, VP & CIO, Hackensack University Medical Center

About HUMC
Reflections on year one
Prioritization and governance
“My job is to make sure everybody else becomes useful”
Managing mobility
Relationships are the key to effectiveness
Managing up, getting the votes

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Jamie Nelson, CIO, Hospital for Special Surgery, Chapter 2

Jamie Nelson, VP/CIO, Hospital for Special Surgery

Upgrading without slowing down docs
Technical infrastructure — “The frosting on a layer cake”
Allscripts on the iPad
Mobile device requests — “You can’t just say no.”
HSS’ 5-tier strategic roadmap
Big data plans
Prioritizing projects in and out of silos

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