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Mary Alice Annecharico, RN, MS

Henry Ford Health System

Steve Burrill

Deloitte

George Conklin

CHRISTUS Health

Carl Dvorak

Epic

Darren Dworkin

Cedars-Sinai Health System

Robert Eardley

Houston Methodist

Lois Elia

Advocate Health Care

Thomas J. Giella

Korn/Ferry International

John Glaser, Ph.D.

Cerner

Devin Gross

Emmi Solutions

Todd Hollowell

Impact Advisors

Gilad J. Kuperman, MD, PhD

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Ken Lawonn

Sharp Healthcare

Gerry Lewis

Ascension; Ascension Information Services (AIS)

Randy Lipps

Omnicell, Inc.

Jonathan Manis

Sutter Health

Satish Maripuri

Nuance Healthcare

Mitch Morris, MD

OptumInsight

Deborah O'Dell

Catholic Health Initiatives

Rich Pollack

VCU Health System

Michael Reagin

Sentara

Jeffrey Rose, MD

Health Catalyst

Dale Sanders

Hearst Health

Marcus B. Shipley

Trinity Health

Brent Snyder

Adventist Health System

Cindy Spurr, RN

Partners HealthCare System, Inc.

Paul Tang, MD

IBM Watson Health

Jim Veline

Avera Health

Shelli Williamson

Scottsdale Institute

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Bill Spooner

Independent HIT Advisor

Bill SpoonerBill Spooner has been CIO for more than 15 of his 30 years at Sharp HealthCare. He has led an aggressive IT effort that placed Sharp on the Hospitals and Health Networks 100 Most Wired list for 13 of its first 15 years. IT was cited for its contributions to Sharp's 2007 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Sharp was an early leader in electronic health records and has received several awards for its consumer web site. In 2010 Sharp launched its mySharp portal to more closely engage its patients in their care, followed by the mobile mySharp in 2012.

Recipient of the 2009 John E. Gall Jr CIO of the Year award, Spooner is a member of the Healthcare Information Systems Executive Association (HISEA), the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and a Fellow in the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) which he served as Chair in 2006. He recently joined the Boards of the National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC), San Diego Regional HIE and Digital Pathology Association. Spooner serves on the Healthcare IT News Editorial Board and a number of industry advisory councils. In 2011 he was named by Information Week as one of the 25 leaders driving the healthcare I.T. revolution.

Updated July 2013