Webinar: The evolving roles of hospital CIOs and CMIOs

Now available on-demand  |  Duration: 1 hour
Hosted by:
Dan Bowman, Senior Editor,

As hospitals move quickly to select and implement electronic medical record systems, adopt clinical decision support tools and develop ever-richer data sets, managing the data and harnessing its true value becomes increasingly complex. Further complicating matters is the strategic stake that hospital CIOs now have in quality outcomes--many for the first time.

This webinar will examine how the changing regulatory and reimbursement landscape is shaping the evolving roles of the hospital CMIO and CIO. Learn how these leaders are engaging in multi-disciplinary partnerships to leverage physician buy in with EMRs, mine electronic health data, improve patient outcomes, impact care quality and prepare their organizations for the post-reform healthcare reimbursement environment.

Among the topics discussed:

  • Managing data from EMR tools in a way that harnesses true value
  • How the regulatory and reimbursement environment is shaping the roles of providers and hospital IT executives

Who should attend:

  • CIOs
  • CMIOs
  • CEOs
  • Clinicians

Featured Speakers:

Bradley Merrill Thompson, Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
Bradley counsels medical device, drug, and combination product companies on a wide range of FDA regulatory, reimbursement, and clinical trial issues. At the firm, he leads the Medical Device Regulatory Practice, the Clinical Trials Initiative, and the Connected Health Initiative, and he serves on the firm's National Health Care and Life Sciences Steering Committee.

Indranil Ganguly, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, CentraState Medical Center
Featured in the FierceHealthIT Editorial Advisory Board, Indranil "Neal" Ganguly is the vice president and CIO of Freehold, N.J.-based CentraState Medical Center, a 282-bed hospital. He is a member of several industry professional associations, including CHIME, where he is a member of the policy steering committee vice-chair of the CIO StateNet initiative.

Johnathan M. Teich, MD, PhD, FHIMSS, FACMI
Dr. Jonathan Teich is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Elsevier, the world's largest publisher of scientific and health information. He helps lead the vision, strategy, and design for knowledge-based tools and clinical decision support supporting direct clinical practice and healthcare delivery.