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Chief Medical Informatics Officer- I could do that!


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It’s natural that as doctors we fear failure. In Health, never has so much been asked by so many of so few. Every day feels like a battle zone. Engage a Chief Medical Informatics Officer (CMIO) to introduce technology. That will save us. Established with structure, status and enough support to create and translate innovative models of change in the mindsets of clinicians and healthcare politicians alike, this role could work. However reality is so different. So lets understand failing early to succeed sooner, simplifing and standardising the clinical arena for clinician interoperability, and driving clinician inclusion in the business of health.

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Chief Medical Informatics Officer- I could do that!

  1. 1. CMIO - I can do that ! Diana Badcock #djbdjm As.Pro. FACEM Director and SMOO (Senior Medical Operations Officer)
  2. 2. Finding Fun and Fortitude in Failure, not Fear
  3. 3. Clinical Inclusion Involvement of clinicians in the planning, delivery, improvement and evaluation of clinical ICT systems within the health service utilising their clinical skills, knowledge and experience
  4. 4. PEOPLE technology PROCESS
  5. 5. • Ideas, Impart, Implement, Interrogate, Inspire • Clinical Intra-operability #Harmony in Hospitals • STEDfast ( Safely Transferring ED fast )
  6. 6. Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm Winston Churchill
  7. 7. –Johnny Appleseed “Type a quote here.”