Marc Chasin, MD, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 2

Health IT is not a one-size-fits-all industry, and so there’s no need for a one-size-fits-all CIO, says Marc Chasin, who talks about the two types of leaders he believes we’ll see going forward.

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Marc Chasin, MD, VP & CIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 1

Three years ago, St. Luke’s had to take a pause in its Epic journey to make sure everyone was headed in the same direction. The detour, says CIO Marc Chasin, was well worth it.

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Marc Chasin, MD, CIO & CMIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 3

Telemedicine roadblocks
Working with docs to prepare for payment reform
Balancing the CIO & CMIO roles — “It feels right.”
From residency to hospital administration
Learning from a DIY EHR
Moving to Iowa — “It was one of the best moves I’ve made.”
Call to action for CIOs

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Marc Chasin, MD, CIO & CMIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 2

Selling the board on integration
Using metrics to “move the needle”
Concerns about HIE sustainability
Driving change — “I have to be involved.”
Goal of going from 4 portals to 1
“Staggering” adoption numbers

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Marc Chasin, MD, CIO & CMIO, St. Luke’s Health System, Chapter 1

About St. Luke’s
Going from the east coast to Idaho
Affinity for “the intersection of technology & clinical practice.”
Having dual roles — “You have to have a strong team around you.”
Moving to an integrated system
“We’ve made a significant improvement but we’re nowhere near finished”
The keys to change management

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