Kent Hoyos, CIO, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Chapter 1

Kent Hoyos, CIO, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

About Pomona Valley
Soarian in hospital, NextGen in ambulatory
“Building block approach” to implementation—“We tried to really roll it out in intelligent blocks.”
Contract provision with Siemens
Financials in late summer/early fall
West Coast user groups

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Jeff Pearson, VP & CIO, Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics, Chapter 1

Jeff Pearson, VP & CIO, Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals & Clinics

About Trinity Mother Frances
Big bang in hospitals & clinics
Pushing back go-live — “We wanted to test out all of our scenarios.”
Metrics for determining success
Managing productivity loss — “Our folks stepped up.”
Epic’s role in MU attestation

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Dave Garrett, SVP & CIO, Novant Health, Chapter 2

Dave Garrett, SVP & CIO, Novant Health

“It’s all about the patient”
Creating repeatable rollout model
Hitting metrics — “We had money coming in the door within 7 days.”
Super users “carrying the flag”
Pay it forward, pay it backward
Epic MyChart — Zero to 300K users in 2.5 years
Transforming care at the bedside

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Survey: CIOs Committed To Their Vendor, But With Eyes Wide Open

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Vendors, take note: If you don’t deliver, you’re out. With CIOs facing mounting pressures, the relationship with their core vendor is becoming increasingly critical. And although most are generally satisfied, they’re willing to make some noise — or even walk — if things go south, according to the April healthsystemCIO.com Snap Survey, which found that […]

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Spencer Hamons, CIO & COO, Taos Health Systems, Chapter 1

Spencer Hamons, CIO & COO, Taos Health Systems

About Taos Health
Meditech Magic since the mid-90s
athenahealth in the clinics
Taos’ “very active” PHO
Eyeing population health — “We’re going to have to be frontrunners.”
Infrastructure challenges & Internet outages
“Everybody wants to sell you on a cloud-based system.”

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