Rick Skinner, Chief Information and Technology Officer, UVA Health System, Chapter 1

Rick Skinner, Chief Information and Technology Officer, Univ. Virginia Health System

About UVA Health
Epic in hospital & clinics
Reaching out to Epic to help optimize systems — “There’s a community involved here.”
Physician builders & associate CMIOs
40K MyChart users
“It has to provide value to the patient.”

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MiChart: The Beat Goes On

Sue Schade, CIO, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers

Walking down the hall at our University Hospital last week, I ran into a UMHS senior leader I hadn’t seen in weeks. He asked me how MiChart was going — that’s the program name for our new integrated electronic health record. I said, “very well.” I joked there are no picket lines outside my office and […]

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Beth Fredette, CIO, The Children’s Medical Center of Dayton, Chapter 2

Beth Fredette, CIO, The Children’s Medical Center of Dayton

Moving a data center
Children’s hospital CIO network — “We’re very collegial”
The “unlimited pipeline of requests”
Recruiting to the Dayton area
16 years & “no regrets”
From legacy systems to Epic
New CMIO who has “brought a lot to the table”

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Beth Fredette, CIO, The Children’s Medical Center of Dayton, Chapter 1

Beth Fredette, CIO, The Children’s Medical Center of Dayton

About Dayton Children’s
Partnership with Greenway
Using Medicity to connect with community docs
Epic’s Care EveryWhere Network & Ohio’s CliniSync HIE
MU hurdles: quality measures & patient access
Success with MyKidsChart
Destination 2020

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Mitchel Krieger, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic, Chapter 3

Mitchel Krieger, MD, Associate CIO, Cleveland Clinic

From the military to solo practice
Leading change at Inova
Master’s in Management of Clinical Informatics
Thoughts on his first year — “The depth of talent here is really pretty incredible.”
Fostering – not forcing – innovation
No “magic” in change management
“You have to eat your own cooking.”

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