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2012 CMIO Leadership Forum Roundtable Discussion
Sponsored by an educational grant from Clinical Key
At the close of the CMIO Leadership Forum: Transforming Healthcare Through Evidence-based Medicine last fall in Chicago, Clinical Innovation + Technology invited five luminaries to build on the abundant discussions and dive deeper into the quality of the evidence in medicine, the lack of...
 - Cooper Clinic, Dallas, Texas
Sponsored by an educational grant from Greenway Medical
Cooper Clinic in Dallas is uniquely focused on providing preventive medicine services. But its need for tight integration between its EHR and practice management system is just like 30 to 50 percent of U.S. healthcare facilities now shopping to replace an ambulatory EHR, according to a KLAS...
 - Memorial Hermann
Sponsored by an educational grant from DynaMed
For physicians to practice evidence-based medicine, decision-making must be based on the best available data that are frequently, consistently and systematically identified and displayed. Traditionally, providing that type of information to physicians at the point of care has been challenging;...
CMIO Roundtable: Bridging Data & Quality
In a lively roundtable discussion, David Cochran, MD, and Robert Fassett, MD, (left to right) touch upon HIEs, ACOs and the need for cleaner data to improve the quality of U.S. healthcare.
Sponsored by an educational grant from Oracle
At a roundtable discussion during the June CMIO Summit in Boston, four physician IT leaders brainstormed on how to improve healthcare quality, create usable data and engage patients in their own care. Sponsored by an educational grant from Oracle
 - Stephen Edge
Sponsored by an educational grant from EMC
WellStar Health Systema not-for-profit system in Atlanta comprised of five hospitals and a 400-physician group practiceis dedicated to providing world-class healthcare for a community of 600,000.

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