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Amdis onc presentation 2013

  1. 1. 0 Physician Computer Connection Changing Roles in Health IT Leadership June 26, 2013 David S. Muntz, CHCIO, FCHIME, FHIMSS Principal Deputy National Coordinator Jacob Reider, MD Chief Medical Officer Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT Department of Health & Human Services
  2. 2. 1 Our target today is to: Provoke Thought Offer Guidance Share Insight Learn Recruit
  3. 3. The History of the CIO June 26, 2013 3Office of National Coordinator
  4. 4. The CMIO • What’s a CMIO? • I don’t need a CMIO? • Why are they asking so many questions about “my” stuff? June 26, 2013 4Office of National Coordinator
  5. 5. The CMIO June 26, 2013 5Office of National Coordinator
  6. 6. The CMIO June 26, 2013 6Office of National Coordinator
  7. 7. The CMIO June 26, 2013 7Office of National Coordinator • “Please Manage the Doctors for us .. “ • “The vendor says we need a clinical champion …” • “You’re into computers …”
  8. 8. The Terrible CMIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 8
  9. 9. The Terrible CMIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 9 “You IT people don’t get it” “Why the ^%$# didn’t I get invited to that &^%$ meeting?” “This &^%$ system isn’t going to work – I told you so…”
  10. 10. The Traditional CMIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 10
  11. 11. Transforming CMIO • What is best for YOU and the business? • What are my strengths and how do we work best together? June 26, 2013 11Office of National Coordinator
  12. 12. The Enlightened CMIO June 26, 2013 12Office of National Coordinator • What is best for the patients and providers and what role should I play? • How do we discover what is best for all participants and non-participants in health care? How can we inspire best efforts?
  13. 13. The Enlightened CMIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 13
  14. 14. The History of the CIO June 26, 2013 14Office of National Coordinator
  15. 15. June 26, 2013 15Office of National Coordinator
  16. 16. The History of the CIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 16 Wadley Institutes of Molecular Medicine Dallas, TX est. 1969 Granville C. Morton Hospital Long Radiotherapy Institute Wadley Blood Bank Wadley Research Institute Goddard Computer Institute
  17. 17. The Terrible CIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 17
  18. 18. The Terrible CIO June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 18 • What is best for ME? • How can MY career/ power/control be enhanced? • I know what is best for YOU.
  19. 19. The Traditional CIO June 26, 2013 19Office of National Coordinator
  20. 20. Transforming CIO • What is best for YOU and the business? • What are my strengths and how do we work best together? June 26, 2013 20Office of National Coordinator
  21. 21. The History of the CIO June 26, 2013 21Office of National Coordinator
  22. 22. The Enlightened CIO June 26, 2013 22Office of National Coordinator • What is best for the patients and providers and what role should I play? • How do we discover what is best for all participants and non- participants in health care? How can we inspire best efforts?
  23. 23. The Enlightened CIO June 26, 2013 23Office of National Coordinator
  24. 24. Solving The Problems • Those are good questions. I wish I’d thought of them • I think they could help me • How can I choose to respond rather than react? June 26, 2013 24Office of National Coordinator
  25. 25. June 26, 2013 25Office of National Coordinator Solving The Problems: Partnering I think we should be partners. We are great partners.
  26. 26. Putting the patient at the center June 26, 2013 26Office of National Coordinator
  27. 27. Role Definition Activity CIO CMIO CXOs Strategy and vision Shared Shared CEO, COO, CMO, CNO, CSO, CFO Technology assessment/management Primary Secondary CMO, CNO, CSO Clinical assessment/management Secondary Primary CMO, CNO, CSO Change management Shared Shared All Value of Investment Shared Shared COO, CMO, CNO, CSO, CFO Relationship management Shared Shared All Execution Shared Shared All June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 27
  28. 28. Major Challenge: Change Management • Workflow • Lifeflow June 12, 2013 28
  29. 29. Sharing June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 29
  30. 30. Sharing June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 30
  31. 31. RACI / RASCI June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 31
  32. 32. Career Opportunities Activity CIO CMIO Chief Operating Officer   CEO   CIO (somewhere else)   CMIO (somewhere else) – clinicians only   CFO CMO – Clinical Leadership – clinicians only   Chief Innovation Officer   Office of National Coordinator 32 Really?
  33. 33. Where the puck will be June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 33
  34. 34. June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 34
  35. 35. Data Liberation: Eclectic Data • Chief Nursing Informatics Officer • Chief Privacy Officer • Chief Security Officer • Chief Pharmacy Informatics Officer • Chief Radiology Informatics Officer • The Patient and Consumer • Others… June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 35
  36. 36. Value Analytics June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 36
  37. 37. Safety
  38. 38. HHS Safety Plan • Promote the health care industry’s use of health IT to make care safer. • Continuously improve the safety of health IT. June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 38
  39. 39. HHS Safety Plan • Learn • Improve • Lead June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 39
  40. 40. HHS Safety Plan: LEARN Increase the quantity and quality of data and knowledge about health IT safety June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 40
  41. 41. HHS Safety Plan: IMPROVE Target resources and corrective actions to improve health IT safety and patient safety June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 41
  42. 42. HHS Safety Plan: LEAD Promote a culture of safety related to health IT June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 42
  43. 43. The best care At the lowest cost For the whole population Improve individual experience Improve population health Control inflation of per capita costs D. Berwick, Institute of Healthcare Improvement, 2007 The Triple Aim
  44. 44. 44 Our target today was to: Provoke Thought Offer Guidance Share Insight Learn Recruit
  45. 45. Who are our Federal partners? June 12, 2013 45 More to come…
  46. 46. Together, we are making a difference! Thank you! Please send comments or questions to David.Muntz@HHS.gov Jacob.Reider@HHS.gov
  47. 47. www.CMS.gov/eHealth June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 47
  48. 48. www.HealthData.gov June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 48
  49. 49. www.HealthIT.gov June 26, 2013 Office of National Coordinator 49

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