What does it take for a CMIO to be invited to the leadership table? How can a new CMIO ensure success? How does a CMIO transition their role within their organization? What is the best way to communicate the role of Health Informatics to the C-Suite?
This Fall in Atlanta, GA we are exploring these topics and more. This one-day session will cover the transition from CMIO 1.0 to CMIO 2.0 (or CHIO) and beyond. We will discuss the implications of the transition from volume to value on the role of the CMIO, Health Informatics and Analytics. Designed by AMDIS, CMIO pioneers and HIT Thought Leaders, this symposium provides an opportunity to problem solve with peer CMIOs and explore common challenges. This fall’s session will explore clinical intelligence, care management, patient and consumer engagement as well as the CMIO’s role in population health and value based care. During our discussion, we anticipate addressing the CMIO’s role in supporting Clinical Integration Networks and ACOs as well as the impact of consolidation, incentives and penalties and MACRA. For over seven years, CMIO Survival Guide: A CRASH Course has helped new CMIOs and those wanting to transition their careers to the next level, address issues, challenges and opportunities.
The popular HOT-Topic sessions designed by attendees continuously provide the opportunity for joint problem solving and industry-leading CMIOs help coach attendees. Speakers will include Howard Landa, MD, Vice-Chairman of AMDIS; Luke Webster, MD; and Pam Arlotto, Maestro Strategies.
For more information, including how to register, the agenda and speaker bios, click here. If you are an AMDIS or HIMSS member, a discount is available on the registration fees. Enter code "PCCS" during the registration process. Please plan to come to Atlanta on Tuesday, November 7.