The role of Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) has a relatively short history. In the early days, 1.0 oversaw the implementation and adoption of the EHR, along with Meaningful Use and regulatory compliance. Then, version 2.0 focused on quality and efficiency. Now the latest iteration, version 3.0, is at the forefront of predictive analytics, population health initiative improvements and the adaptation and optimization of data-driven tools – in addition to managing ever changing technology, regulations, and organization goals.
In this webinar, we discuss the history of the CMIO role and how the next generation of leaders are shepherding healthcare towards ever advancing technological capabilities.