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Bosch Named First CMIO at Inova

March 11, 2010
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Falls Church, Va.-based Inova Health System has named Ryan Bosch, M.D., as its first ever chief medical information officer (CMIO).

As CMIO, Bosch will develop and support application strategies, manage the implementation of advanced clinical systems, and assist in the formation and execution of strategic initiatives, says the organization. In addition, he will provide project management leadership and develop relationships with Inova partners, vendors and staff.

Prior to joining Inova, Bosch worked as director of general internal medicine at George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, where he led 30 internal-medicine physicians in all divisional aspects of clinical-care delivery, including both quality and revenue-cycle management. He also directed the successful EHR implementation for the 300-physician GWU academic faculty.

Inova Health System is a not-for-profit healthcare system based in Northern Virginia that consists of hospitals and other health services, including emergency and urgent care centers, home care and nursing homes.



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