Fernando Martinez, SVP & CIO, Parkland Hospital & Health System, Chapter 1

Fernando Martinez, SVP & CIO, Parkland Hospital & Health System

About Parkland
“Primarily an Epic shop”
Attesting to MU stage 2
Safety net hospitals & care transitions
Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI)
Reducing readmissions using predictive analytics
Focus on innovation — “I feel very privileged to be here.”

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Mitchel Krieger, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic, Chapter 1

Mitchel Krieger, MD, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic

About Cleveland Clinic
His role as associate CIO
EHR & imaging consulting through MyPractice Healthcare Solutions
Offering Epic to non-affiliated docs
Reporting to Dr. Harris — “The architect of our IT strategies.”
Early Epic adopter
Creating “customizable EHR solutions”

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Dan Waltz, VP & CIO, MidMichigan Health, Chapter 3

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His career path
“Taking the Epic project and being the lead gave me clinical experience.”
Trust but verify
Making patient care personal — “If it was my mom, what would I do?”
Biggest obstacles for CIOs
Long-term & short-term goals for MidMichigan
Work-life balance

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Dan Waltz, VP & CIO, MidMichigan Health, Chapter 2

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ACO work with University of Michigan
MU 2 struggles
Creating governance committees
Physician frustrations — “You’ve got to let them vent, and you can’t take it personally.”
From U-Mich to MidMichigan
Coveting the CIO role — “I felt I had something to offer.”

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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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