The CIO's Role in Consumer Health

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2

12  noon Eastern,  11 AM Central,  9 AM Pacific

Sponsored by HIStalk

  • Abstract:

    We are moving towards an era where the consumer is searching for value.  Healthcare is finally catching up with other industries and this is forcing health care providers and health plans to rethink their "business model" as consumers test new decision-making skills and demand higher quality and better value. Technology can provide value in this space as we move towards a digital healthcare.

  • This  webinar will cover:

    1.  Insight into where the industry is headed
    2.  Leveraging existing technology used by other verticals
    3.  CIO's perspective on shifting towards a digital healthcare


David Chou

David is currently the CIO at the University Of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) where he is responsible for all technology related to the three missions: education, research and patient care. UMMC is the state's only academic health science center encompassing six health science schools: medicine, nursing, dentistry, health related professions, graduate studies and pharmacy.  Prior to joining UMMC David was with Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi where he led technology on a joint venture greenfield hospital project between Cleveland Clinic and the government of Abu Dhabi.  Before that David was the CIO for AHMC Healthcare.

David is a visionary, resourceful healthcare executive with specialty expertise in the healthcare provider (hospital) sector settings. He has a proven successful track record of innovating state- of-the-art solutions on time and under budget. David is a respected leader of diverse, cross- functional teams and highly regarded as a key resource, critical thinker, and out-of-the-box problem solver by his peers. Strong understanding of the relationship between technology and strategic business interests with a P&L mindset proven to drive multimillion-dollar savings. David is an unique blend of executive competencies which guarantee strategic IT planning in alignment with operational requirements and feasibility for greater efficiency and profit growth.