Featuring an analysis comparing the topics that Hospital/Health System CIOs find most important, relative to those most discussed broadly on the web. Coinciding with the 2013 HIMSS conference (#HIMSS13)
Breaking through the clutter of #HIMSS13What leading health system CIOs are really talking aboutMarch 5, 2013 Prepared by: Marisa Carullo (@MarisaCarullo) Rob Cronin (@RobCroninNY) Greg Matthews (@chimoose) Kayla Rodriguez (@kaylarodrigue11)Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Audience-Focused AnalyticsGoing Straight to the Source• It’s always good to know what conversations are happening online about your most important topics• It’s even more important to know what’s on the minds of your most important audiences• WCG has analyzed a year’s worth of tweets from thought-leading CIOs and CMIOs from major health systems• Break through the clutter. #HIMSS13Contents are proprietary and confidential.
27 Health System CIOs/CMIOs and CTOs… With more to come. Let us know if you should be here!CIO Name Hospital CIO Twitter CIO Name Hospital CIO Twitter @VCUHS_ONE_CMIO UT SouthwesternColin Banas VCU Health System Kirk Kirksey @kakirksey Medical Center Ochsner Medical Nicholas H. NoyesChris Belmont @CBelmont88 Ernest Lehmann @ernestlehmann Center Memorial HospitalAurelia G. Boyer, New York Pres. Lanier Health @aboyernyp Kurt LeRoy @hitechadviceRN, MBA Hospital Services Capital RegionJason Cecil @JasonMCecil David Lundal Dean Health System @Dave_Lundal Medical Center @M_Chasin Texas HealthMarc Chasin St. Lukes Edward Marx @marxists Resources Wyoming MedicalDon Claunch @djclaunch Bill Rieger Flagler Hospital @pvbrieger Center Steward Health CareDrex DeFord @drexdeford Dale Sanders Northwestern Medical @drsanders Systems Mission Community Cook ChildrensDustin Fennell @dustin_fennell Jim Stalder @jstalder Hospital Medical Center Dirk Stanley, M.D., Cooley DickinsonAndrew Fenton NHS Oxfordshire @fentonaw @dirkstanley CMIO Hospital Beth Israel Deaconess St Vincents HealthJohn Halamka, MD @jhalamka Tim Stettheimer @tstettheimer Med Ctr System Ferdinand Velasco Texas HealthMark Harvey Holzer Clinic @mark_harvey @ftvelasco MD Resources Community HospitalJoseph Hobbs @JOEtheCIO Jimmy Weeks Greenwich Hospital @jimmyweeks Anderson Memorial HospitalSteve Huffman @SteveHuffmanCIO Will Weider Ministry Health Care @CandidCIO Health System Franklin CommunityRalph Johnson @RalphJohnsonII Health NetworkContents are proprietary and confidential.
Geographic DistributionContents are proprietary and confidential.
12-Month Activity52% average at least 1 tweet/workday Top 8 average nearly Tweet Volume 5 Tweets/Workday 8 8 7 8 Number of People 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 2 0 0-100 101-200 201-300 Series1 301-400 401-500 >500 Number of TweetsTweets collected between 3/1/12 and 3/1/13Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Hashtags 29% of CIO Tweets contain Hashtags Hashtag Count 0 50 100 150 200 250 CHIME12 CIO CMIO healthit Sandy Healthcare EHR COBICs HIMSS13 ICD10#FF (Follow Friday) and #YAM (Post to Yammer) were in the top 10, but removed due to the nature of their usage Tweets collected between 3/1/12 and 3/1/13 Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Mentions51% of CIO tweets mentioned at least one other account @Mention Count 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 nprnews HarvardBiz CIOCHIME texashealth EricTopol HealthcareWen marxists EHRworkflow ahier lsaldanamdTweets collected between 3/1/12 and 3/1/13Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Most-Linked Domains50% of CIO Tweets contained a link Domain Link Count 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 nytimes.com npr.org paper.li blogspot.com histalk2.com advisory.com foursquare.com healthcareitnews.com apnews.com hbr.org time.com guardian.co.uk wsj.com youtube.com cnn.com fiercehealthit.comTweets collected between 3/1/12 and 3/1/13Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Most-Linked Domains50% of CIO Tweets contained a link Domain Link Count 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 nytimes.com npr.org paper.li Notable Blogspot Sites blogspot.com CallITAnything .blogspot.com histalk2.com TexasHealthMoms advisory.com Ahier foursquare.com MedicalAdvisorJournals healthcareitnews.com ClinicalCommissioning apnews.com DrWes hbr.org InformaticsProfessor time.com guardian.co.uk wsj.com youtube.com cnn.com fiercehealthit.comTweets collected between 3/1/12 and 3/1/13Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Most-Linked BlogsHalamka, Stanley, Weider and Marx lead the way Top Blogs Count 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 histalk2.com geekdoctor.blogspot.com well.blogs.nytimes.com blogs.hbr.org dirkmd.blogspot.com bits.blogs.nytimes.com blogs.wsj.com newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com candidcio.comContents are proprietary and confidential.
Most-Discussed TopicseHealth dominates; mHealth much lower than in overall #HIT convos Conversation Topics EHR 390 Accountable Care 183 Ehealth 148 Big Data 116 Meaningful Use 110 Healthcare Cloud 69 Mobile Health 53 CPOE 46 HIE 45 Telehealth 30 Interoperability 29 Medical Apps 22 Insurance Exchange 13 Medical Home 11 Clinical Decision Support 6 Hosptial IT 3 Personal Health Records 2 National Coordinator 2 Mobile Monitoring 2 E Prescription 2 Health Information Management 1 Continuity of Care 1 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450Tweets collected between 3/1/12 and 3/1/13Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Most Popular Health IT Topics in the Past Year Based on analysis of Health IT topics in news and Twitter Mobile Health 22.0% eHealth 17.9% Wireless Health 10.5% Telehealth 9.5% Electronic Health Records 7.9% Big Data 4.5% Meaningful Use 4.4% Accountable Care 3.6% Healthcare Cloud 2.6% Health Information Exchange 2.5% Continuity of Care 2.1% ONC 2.1% Medical Apps 1.9% Interoperability 1.8% Health Information Management 1.1% Hospital IT 1.1% ePrescribing 1.1% Medical Homes 1.1% Mobile Monitoring 0.5% Personal Health Record 0.3% Clinical Decision Support 0.3% CPOE 0.3% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% Prevalence in Health IT ConversationSource: Radian6 and WCG analysis
Recent Trending of Health IT Conversation (past 3 months) Big Data, 41% Accountable Care, 24% Mobile Health, 21% Interoperability, 20% eHealth, 19% Continuity of Care, 18% Hospital IT, 18% Electronic Health Records, 16% CPOE, 14% Mobile Monitoring, 13% Medical Homes, 13% Wireless Health, 11% Meaningful Use, 10% Health Information Exchange, 9% Telehealth, 9% Healthcare Cloud, 8% ONC, 7% Medical Apps, 1% Personal Health Record, 1% Health Information ePrescribing, -17% Management, 1% Clinical Decision Support, - 26% -40% -30% -20% -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Percentage Change in Average Monthly Mentions (Past 3 Months compared to Past Year)Source: Radian6 and WCG analysis
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