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  • 1. H O W T O P R O T E C T A N D P R O M O T E Y O U R S E L F I N T U R B U L E N T T I M E S CMIO Careers: Curation and Contentment William F. Bria, MD, President, AMDIS Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine, University of South Florida Richard Gibson, MD, Chief, Healthcare Intelligence Providence Health Services Hillary Ross, Consultant, IT Practice, Witt/Kieffer AMDIS, June 2013
  • 2. Introduction  Changing healthcare environment  Factors creating change  What can we learn?
  • 3. What Is “Curation”? 1. (n.) Preservation and management 2. (n.) Healing  Most CMIOs, at some point, will need a little of both
  • 4. Tales from the Front: Our Experiences  Getting “re-orged out”: ● Dr. Bria ● Dr. Gibson  What we learned: ● Nobody’s position is safe ● Various and unpredictable reasons good people lose positions ● It may not be about you! ● The “lifecycle concept”: redefining work and retirement
  • 5. What to Do Ongoing?  Network ● Associations (AMDIS), colleagues, social media  Assess your skills, gaps, and marketability  Hone your business and operations acumen ● MBA? Informatics degree? ● Take on projects and assignments that challenge you  Develop your people management skills  “What about my practice?” ● How do you stay sharp and in touch? ● Can you feel good at one day per week?
  • 6. What to Do When You’re Let Go?  Take stock of what you have ● Experience and expertise ● Connections  Appreciate what’s happening in healthcare ● Opportunities abound, at all career stages ● Technology is critical . . . and constantly evolving:  Optimization, process improvement, data warehousing and analytics ● Physician leadership is highly valued and in demand  Seek valuable counsel from trusted sources
  • 7. CMIOs: The Future Is Now  Job market trends ● Associate CMIO ● Innovation/Visionary ● Data Management ● Research Informatics ● Corporate/Start-up
  • 8. Q & A Contact us: William Bria, MD: Richard Gibson, MD: Hillary Ross: