Tom Pacek, VP & CIO, Inspira Health Network, Chapter 1

Tom Pacek, VP & CIO, Inspira Health Network

About Inspira
Soarian in hospitals, ambulatory migrating to Cerner
Physician bakeoff to select a system
Inspira’s “enterprise mentality”
MU attestation on physician side — “The biggest gap is the patients.”
Onsite portal signups & tests
“You can’t control the patient; the best you can do is educate them and get them engaged.”


Randy Gaboriault, SVP & CIO, Christiana Care Health System, Chapter 1

Randy Gaboriault, CIO & SVP of Innovation and Strategic Development, Christiana Care Health System

About Christiana Care
Cerner as “core backbone on the inpatient side”
Migrating ambulatory onto one platform
Co-development to integrate Cerner & Soarian Financials
“It’s how you get data at the right place and the right time to create a richer patient experience.”
Delaware HIN — “It creates a platform to really start thinking about team-based care.”


Kent Hoyos, CIO, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Chapter 1

Kent Hoyos, CIO, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

About Pomona Valley
Soarian in hospital, NextGen in ambulatory
“Building block approach” to implementation—“We tried to really roll it out in intelligent blocks.”
Contract provision with Siemens
Financials in late summer/early fall
West Coast user groups


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


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”