David Baker, VP of IT, St. Joseph Health, Chapter 1

David Baker, VP of IS, St. Joseph Health

About St. Joseph Health
Standardizing 16 hospitals to 5.6.5 — “It’s been a long journey, but it’s been necessary.”
80-15-5 formula
Virtualization with Citrix, Imprivata & UniPrint
Rebranded IT approach — “What do you want to see from an IT system?”
Getting feedback from users on the floor
“Entrepreneurial spirit” at St. Joseph

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Matthew Chambers, CIO, Baylor Scott & White Health, Chapter 2

Matthew Chambers, CIO, Baylor Scott & White

Laying out an IT vision — “This was a great time for us to reboot.”
Epic at S&W, Allscripts at Baylor
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Clinician engagement — “That warms my heart”
Lessons learned along the way
The clinical architecture layer cake

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Dan Waltz, VP & CIO, MidMichigan Health, Chapter 1

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About MidMichgan Health
Affiliating with University of Michigan Health System to “share our strengths.”
Allscripts in practices, Cerner in hospitals
Outsourcing to Cerner
“We’re looking at various ways to centralize most of the services.”
HIE mergers
Getting docs on board with data exchange

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Dave Garrett, SVP & CIO, Novant Health, Chapter 1

Dave Garrett, SVP & CIO, Novant Health

About Novant
From 90 billing systems & 12 EMRs to 1 integrated system (Epic)
Completing a 5-year rollout in 2 years
“Bigger and bigger” waves
Novant Health Community Connect
Getting past cost — “You can always find something cheaper.”
One patient, one record, one remarkable experience

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KLAS: Epic, Cerner Ride the Buying Wave While Others Struggle to Stay Afloat

Colin Buckley, Strategic Operations Director, KLAS

As organizations shift their focus to the next three to five years, a significant number are looking to replace their existing acute care EMR systems. But for vendors looking to land new clients, the news isn’t good, as the majority of those looking to make a move already have a specific platform in mind, according […]

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