Jonathan Goldberg, VP of IT & CIO, St. Peter’s Health Partners, Chapter 2

Jonathan Goldberg, VP of IS & CIO, St. Peter's Health Partners

To integrate or not — “The business needs to be the driver.”
When it pays to wait
Creating a physician enterprise
Saying no to rip-and-replace
“The days of objecting to good business decisions are over.”
Real dialogue between docs and IT

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George Brenckle, SVP & CIO, UMass Memorial Healthcare, Chapter 1

George Brenckle, SVP & CIO, UMass Memorial Health Care

About UMass Memorial
Playing catch-up
Siemens in the hospitals, Allscripts in ambulatory
Integrated system vs multiple vendors
HealthAlliance’s Level 7 model
Bringing in a CMIO — “You can never have enough hands on deck”

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Mike Mistretta, VP & CIO, MedCentral Health System, Chapter 3

Mike Mistretta, VP & CIO, MedCentral Health System

Retaining top talent
IT rounding — “We work very closely with our clinical partners.”
Innovative Inputters
From paper to Level 6
“Looking at where they were in their adoption cycle made it exciting.”
Learning leadership at West Point
The CIO’s evolving role

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Mike Mistretta, VP & CIO, MedCentral Health System, Chapter 1

Mike Mistretta, VP & CIO, MedCentral Health System

About MedCentral
Being a beta site for Siemens — “We get to influence the usability of the systems.”
Quality measures
Piloting portals with employees
MU dream team: clinical program manager, nursing liaison & CMO
Creating a unified patient record
NextGen in ambulatory, Siemens Soarian in the hospitals

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Michael Elley, CIO, Cox Medical Center Branson, Chapter 1

Michael Elley, CIO, Owensboro Health

About Cox Branson (formerly Skaggs Regional MC)
Merging with CoxHealth — “We’re very similar in our cultures.”
Plans to migrate to Cerner and Soarian
Cerner ITWorks
Integration vs interoperability
From best-of-breed to “one chart throughout the system”

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