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James Wellman, CIO, Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Chapter 1

James Wellman, CIO, Comanche County Memorial Hospital

About Comanche County
McKesson in acute, eClinicalWorks in ambulatory
Transition from Horizon to Paragon — “It was quite an interesting challenge.”
Outsourced IT & the “added layer of complexity.”
Attesting to MU — “It wasn’t ‘we barely made it.’
Continued optimization with Paragon 13 — “It’s another opportunity to tackle.”

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Gene Thomas, VP & CIO, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport, Chapter 1

Gene Thomas, VP & CIO, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport

About Memorial Hospital Gulfport
Going big bang with Cerner Millenium — “It requires a lot of discipline.”
Change management & avoiding knee-jerk reactions
Cross-section representation
Defining optimization — “We wanted the most integrated system possible”
Robust analytics with Health Catalyst

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Chad Brisendine, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Chapter 2

Chad Brisendine, VP & CIO, St Luke’s Hospital & Health Network

Change management — “It has to be operationally owned and supported by IT.”
HIMSS stage 2 to stage 6
Leading change “can be daunting.”
From Christus to St. Luke’s
Virtualization — “A must-have in today’s environment”
Switching to Cisco’s platform
“Assigned accountability” to increase portal use

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Chad Brisendine, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Chapter 1

Chad Brisendine, VP & CIO, St Luke’s Hospital & Health Network

About St. Luke’s
Going Epic in 2016
12-month selection process — “We were looking for a development partner”
Focus on operational engagement
Stepping into “break-fix mode” as new CIO
Lessons in change management
Improving user experience — “It was a lot of tuning and changing.”

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Sheri Rawlings, CIO, San Juan Regional Medical Center, Chapter 3

Sheri Rawlings, CIO, San Juan Regional Medical Center

Her leadership style — “I participate more as an analyst than as a CIO.”
Open-door policy
Departmental conflicts
30-plus years in healthcare
An education in “how hospitals should work and don’t work.”
Getting bit by the health IT bug
Career lessons — “I have never wasted anything.”

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