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School's Out for CIO Boot Camp

March 12, 2009
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Forty-one “students” graduated from CHIME’s (College of Healthcare Information Management Executives) Healthcare CIO Boot Camp.

This was the 12th offering of the Healthcare CIO Boot Camp, with 515 graduates, says the organization. The program includes presentations, small group discussion, case study, mentoring, coaching, and interactive problem solving.

The next offering of the Healthcare CIO Boot Camp is now open for registration, and will be held October 24-27, 2009, in Indian Wells, Calif. Due to the interactive nature of this program, space is limited to a maximum of 45 participants. For more details about the Healthcare CIO Boot Camp, visit or send an email to



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