CIC Advisory Introduces TLC: A New Blog for Healthcare Leaders

CIC Advisory Introduces TLC: A New Blog for Healthcare Leaders

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Today CIC Advisory announces the launch of a new blog entitled “Think.Learn.Care.” or “TLC”. The blog profiles prominent hospital leaders who are effectively using technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of patient care.

CIC Advisory is a nationally recognized leader in helping healthcare organizations use technology to provide better, safer care for patient care.

The blog debuts with interviews of Rick Schooler, VP and CIO of Orlando Health. He discusses the need for transformative, progressive leaders who understand the HIT future. The blog also profiles Dr. Michael McCoy, Chief Medical Information Officer of the Catholic Health East division of Livonia, Michigan-based Catholic Health East Trinity Health, Inc. He discusses how his organization is using technology to move beyond mere regulatory compliance toward improving the quality of patient care.

“We are excited to create this forum for industry leaders to share their knowledge,” commented CIC Advisory principal and co-founder Cynthia Davis. “Our hope is that TLC will enhance the visibility of C suite executives who are in the trenches, helping their organizations enhance care in the midst of unprecedented change across all sectors of the healthcare industry.”

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CIC Advisory is a clinician-led healthcare informatics consulting firm specializing in analytics, implementation, optimization, strategic planning, executive coaching, meaningful use readiness and accountable care coordination. With a proven track record of delivering high quality, measurable results, CIC Advisory helps organizations across the United States provide more effective, efficient and safer patient care. For more information, see .

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