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PODCAST: A Leading Light CMIO on the Role’s Evolution

April 4, 2012
by Gabriel Perna
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Bill Bria, M.D., talks about how the role of the CMIO has changed over the years
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In today’s Healthcare Informatics podcast, Dr. Bill Bria, CMIO of the Tampa, Fla.-based, Shriners Hospitals for Children, as well as Chairman and Co-Founder of the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems (AMDIS), joins us to talk about the evolution of the CMIO. Dr. Bria is one of the industry’s leading CMIOs and over his extensive career has seen the role evolve from a facilitator of clinical IS implementations to someone who has a hand in an organization’s change management and a seat at the executive table.

For more on Dr. Bria’s take on this subject, be sure to join him and other industry leaders at the upcoming Healthcare Informatics Executive Summit, held May 6-8 in Orlando. Dr. Bria will join Dr. Bobbie Byrne, Vice President and CIO, Edward Health Services Corporation, Dr. Brian D. Patty, Vice President and CMIO, HealthEast Care System, Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, Vice President/CMIO, Texas Health Resources and Linda B. Hodges, Senior Vice President, Information Technology Practice Leader Witt/Kieffer, in a panel discussion called, The Evolution of the CIO - CMIO Relationship and of the CMIO Role.

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