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2016 SI CIO
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2016 SI
CIO SPRING SUMMIT

From Healthcare Informatics, a two-part article covering the summit, "From the Lens of a CIO: Moving Forward on Value-Based Care Efforts Without a Roadmap"
PART 1  |  PART 2

2015 SI
CIO FALL SUMMIT

From Healthcare Informatics, a two-part article covering the summit, "CIOs Convene: Healthcare Leaders Discuss the Biggest IT Challenges Facing their Organizations in the Year Ahead"
PART 1  |  PART 2

2015 SI
CIO SPRING SUMMIT

From Health Data Management, a slideshow with seven takeaways: CIOs Offer 7 Tips to Optimize EHRs and HIT

From Modern Healthcare: Blog: CIOs agree that IT optimization is a team sport

2014 SI
CIO SUMMIT

Also see the report at Healthcare Informatics: Information Requirements for the Competitive Healthcare Marketplace

2013 SI
CIO SUMMIT

From Becker's Health IT and CIO Review: CIOs From Adventist Health and Spectrum Health Share IT Cost Management Strategies





2016 SI CIO FALL SUMMIT

Achieving Value-Based Payment Success: Implications for IT and the CIO

The 2016 Scottsdale Institute Chief Information Officer Fall Summit sponsored by Impact Advisors gathered nine CIO thought leaders from prominent healthcare systems across the country in Chicago on October 14, 2016. What resulted was a lively discussion about the challenges today's healthcare CIOs are facing as the scales tip ever closer to value-based payment as well as a display of steadfast resolve to meet those challenges head-on with innovative strategies and cutting-edge tactics.

Read Achieving Value-Based Payment Success: Implications for IT and the CIO to explore the insights and key strategies for success gained from this fruitful discussion.

For ongoing activity, see our Value-Based Care Collaborative.


"The CIO Summit provided a great setting for open dialogue about key issues and challenges that all CIOs face. We were able to share best practices and lessons learned from the respective organizations and identify areas for continued discussion and follow up. I look forward to the next Summit."

KEN LAWONN, SR. VP AND CIO, SHARP HEALTHCARE

"I found the (2016 CIO Spring Summit) report to be one of the most helpful summaries I have seen of the state of HIT. There are so many top 10 predictions, emerging trend reports, and thinly disguised 'white papers' which are really marketing pieces. Here you have assembled a cross section of CIOs to provide insight into what CIOs and health systems are really dealing with."

ALAN V. ABRAMSON, PhD, SVP OF IT & CIO, HEALTHPARTNERS


SUMMIT PARTICIPANTS

KYLE JOHNSON, MMI, CHCIO
System VP and CIO
Eastern Maine
Healthcare Systems

KYLE JOHNSON, MMI, CHCIO

Ken Lawonn

KEN LAWONN
Senior VP and CIO
Sharp Healthcare

PAUL MERRYWELL
VP and CIO
Mountain States
Health Alliance

Paul Merrywell

Patrick O'Hare

PATRICK O'HARE
SVP FACILITIES and CIO
Spectrum Health

BILL RUSSELL
Former CIO
Saint Joseph Health

Bill Russell

Pat Skarulis

PAT SKARULIS
SVP and CIO
Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Center

BRUCE SMITH
SVP and CIO
Advocate Health Care

Bruce Smith

Brent Snyder

BRENT SNYDER
CIO
Adventist Health System

JIM VELINE
Senior VP and CIO
Avera

Jim Veline
   



2016 SI CIO SPRING SUMMIT

Fourteen CIOs from leading health health systems convened in April 2016 during SI's Annual Conference to tackle the issue of clinically integrated networks. READ THE REPORT, Creating Clinically Integrated Networks: Challenges, Successes, Lessons Learned, from the summit, which was supported by Impact Advisors.

See the press release.

From Healthcare Informatics, a two-part article covering the summit, "From the Lens of a CIO: Moving Forward on Value-Based Care Efforts Without a Roadmap (Part 1)"
PART 1  |   PART 2

"The Scottsdale Institute is an ideal setting in which to collaborate with fellow CIOs across the membership and to discuss the strategic interests and challenges that we share in the emerging climates of CINs, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, and how we compare to one another through the comprehensive SI benchmarking metrics."
MARY ALICE ANNECHARICO, HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM


MARY ALICE ANNECHARICO
Henry Ford Health System

Mary Alice Annecharico

Mark Barner

MARK BARNER
Ascension

DAVID BENSEMA, MD
Baptist Health Kentucky

David Bensema

George Conklin

GEORGE CONKLIN
CHRISTUS Health

DAVID GRAHAM, MD
Memorial Health System

David Graham

Kyle Johnson

KYLE JOHNSON
Eastern Maine Health System

KEN LAWONN
Sharp HealthCare

Ken Lawonn

Gerry Lewis

GERRY LEWIS
Ascension Information Services

PATRICK O'HARE
Spectrum Health

Patrick O'Hare

David Pecoraro

DAVID PECORARO
SCL Health

BRUCE SMITH
Adocate Health Care

Bruce Smith

Rebecca Sykes

REBECCA SYKES
Mercy Health

JIM VELINE
Avera Health

Jim Veline

Laishy Williams-Carlson

LAISHY WILLIAMS-CARLSON
Bon Secours Health System



2015 SI CIO FALL SUMMIT

CIOs from eight leading healthcare organizations convened in September 2015 for the annual Scottsdale Institute Fall CIO Summit. The resulting report, The New World of the Health System CIO: Consumers, Consolidation and Crooks, highlights many of the key challenges faced by today's healthcare CIOs and suggests some key focus areas and strategies to position healthcare organizations for success in the years to come. The summit was supported by Impact Advisors.  See the press release.

From Healthcare Informatics, a two-part article covering the summit, "CIOs Convene: Healthcare Leaders Discuss the Biggest IT Challenges Facing their Organizations in the Year Ahead"     PART 1   |   PART 2

"I found this report to be one of the most helpful summaries I have seen of the state of HIT. There are so many top 10 predictions, emerging trend reports, and thinly disguised 'white papers' which are really marketing pieces. Here you have assembled a cross section of CIOs to provide insight into what CIOs and health systems are really dealing with."
ALAN V. ABRAMSON, PhD, SVP OF IT & CIO, HEALTHPARTNERS


DAVID BENSEMA, MD
Baptist Health Kentucky

David Bensema

Kyle Johnson

KYLE JOHNSON
Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems

JONATHAN MANIS
Sutter Health

Jonathan Manis

Bill Russell

BILL RUSSELL
Saint Joseph Health System

BRUCE SMITH
Advocate Health Care

Bruce Smith

Subra Sripada

SUBRA SRIPADA
Beaumont Health

JIM VELINE
Avera Health

Jim Veline

Laishy Williams-Carlson

LAISHY WILLIAMS-CARLSON
Bon Secours Health System



2015 SI CIO SPRING SUMMIT

Health Data Management publishes a SLIDESHOW with seven takeaways from the summit.

CIOs of thirteen leading healthcare organizations convened in April 2015 during the annual Scottsdale Institute Spring Conference to discuss Healthcare IT Optimization. READ THE REPORT that highlights challenges faced by CIOs related to optimization and suggests strategies to maximize success, and see the Modern Healthcare review. This report was supported by Impact Advisors.


MARK BARNER
Ascension Health

Barner

Shipley

MARCUS SHIPLEY
Trinity Health


DAVID BENSEMA
Baptist Health Kentucky

Bensema

Smith

BRUCE SMITH
Advocate Health Care

JOHN DELANO
INTEGRIS Health

Delano

Soderblom

ALAN SODERBLOM
Adventist Health

ROBERT EARDLEY
Houston Methodist

Eardley

Spooner

BILL SPOONER
Independent HIT Advisor

JON MANIS
Sutter Health

Manis

Shirey

RICHARD SHIREY
Hartford HealthCare


LEE MARLEY
Presbyterian Healthcare Services

Marley

Veline


JIM VELINE
Avera Health

PATRICK O'HARE
Spectrum Health

O'Hare



2014 SI CIO SUMMIT

Convened by Scottsdale Institute and sponsored by Impact Advisors, a blue-ribbon panel of SI member CIOs shared key insights regarding top challenges in today's competitive healthcare marketplace and the strategies they're employing to help their organizations succeed. The CIOs' facilities together represent $50 billion in annual net patient revenue and a total of 264 hospitals, 1,900+ care sites and nearly 13,000 physicians.

Download the report here or view at Healthcare Informatics

2014 CIO SUMMIT REPORT

GEORGE CONKLIN
CHRISTUS Health
Conklin

JOHN DELANO
INTEGRIS Health

Delano

ROBERT EARDLEY
Houston Methodist

Eardley

JON MANIS
Sutter Health

Manis

ED MARX
Texas Health Resources

Marx

MARCUS SHIPLEY
Trinity Health

Shipley

BRUCE SMITH
Advocate Health Care

Smith

BRENT SNYDER
Adventist Health System

Snyder



2013 SI CIO SUMMIT

Convened by the Scottsdale Institute and sponsored by Impact Advisors, a blue-ribbon panel of healthcare CIOs recently shared top strategies for managing IT cost and maximizing IT value at a CIO Summit in Chicago. The CIOs' facilities together represent $35 billion in annual net patient revenue and a total of 225 hospitals and 2,200 care sites.

Press Release - March 13, 2014

The report from the Summit outlines key initiatives these leading health systems are undertaking in 2014 and beyond to manage operating costs and deliver more value from large-scale IT investments.

2013 CIO SUMMIT REPORT

The impetus for the CIO Summit arose from the group's ongoing collaboration to benchmark IT costs. All of the CIO Summit attendees' organizations are using the Scottsdale Institute's IT Benchmarking Program to help assess IT costs and identify opportunities for improvement.

Becker's Health IT and CIO Review: CIOs From Adventist Health and Spectrum Health Share IT Cost Management Strategies

Find out more about SI's IT Benchmarking Program

JAY ANDERSON
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Anderson

MARK BARNER
Ascension Health
Barner

JOHN MCLENDON
Adventist Health System
McLendon

PATRICK O'HARE
Spectrum Health

O'Hare

BRUCE SMITH
Advocate Health Care
Smith

ALAN SODERBLOM
Adventist Health

Soderblom

MARK ZIRKELBACH
Loma Linda
University Health
Zirkelbach