Bryan Bliven, CIO, University of Missouri Health Care, Chapter 3

Bryan Bliven, CIO, University of Missouri Health Care

From HIMSS stage 2 to 7 — “We treated it like a project.”
Quality improvement
Enabling the staff to “recognize the amount of change we’d taken on.”
From Cerner to MU Health
A “different scope of responsibility” as interim CIO
CHIME Boot Camp – “It was a great resource on how to approach the role.”

Share

Bryan Bliven, CIO, University of Missouri Health Care, Chapter 2

Bryan Bliven, CIO, University of Missouri Health Care

The “game-changing” patient portal
Cerner EHR & GE scheduling
Improving care transitions — “We’re not just doing this for MU.”
Stage 2 practice run
Slow progress of MU 2 — “I’m not surprised.”
New ICD-10 strategy
Foresight with new building design

Share

Bryan Bliven, CIO, University of Missouri Health Care, Chapter 1

Bryan Bliven, CIO, University of Missouri Health Care

About MU Health
Partnering with Cerner on the Tiger Institute — “We are providing constant feedback.”
Pushing the boundaries
Change management
Attesting to MU 2 — “It definitely wasn’t without pain.”
Regrouping after ICD-10 delay

Share

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

Waltz_Dan

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

Share

Jeff Young, CIO, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Chapter 2

Jeff Young, CIO, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

EHR-infusion pump interoperability
Partnering with Cerner & CareFusion to “create a safety net around high-risk meds.”
Dosing concerns with pediatric patients — “We’re hyper-diligent about this.”
Showing concrete metrics
Being an innovative organization — “There’s a level of excitement.”
Training staff in CAC & dual-coding

Share