The CMIO Survival Guide is the handbook for the new Chief Medical Information Officer, as well as for those recruiting or planning to recruit a CMIO. This quick reference is organized by real-world topics that CMIOs need to know, as well as the criteria that the CIO, CMO or CEO should consider in identifying excellence in a CMIO candidate. It is written by pioneering physicians and AMDIS faculty with a wealth of experience in medical informatics who provide guidance, advice and lessons learned for those interested in this relatively new role in healthcare.
This second edition updates every chapter in the original work and adds new chapters to address the changes in healthcare delivery, the role of the physician executive, technology, medical education, small and rural hospitals.
Preface; Introduction: A CMIO’s Perspective; 1: The Evolution of the CMIO in America; 2: A CMIO’s Perspective from 2018 and Beyond; 3: CMIO, CMIO 2.0 and the CHIO; 4: Designing an Effective Informatics Organizational Structure; 5: The CMIO’s Relationship with the Physician Community; 6: Healthy Vital Signs: CMIO, CNIO and Other Informatics Relationships; 7: Configuration, Workflow, and Document Standards; 8: Personal Health Records and Health Record Banks; 9: Personal Health Records – A Practical Checklist for Implementation; 10: Analytics and Population Health; 11: Education and Professional Development for the CMIO; 12: The CMIO and Privacy and Security; 13: The Role of the CMIO in Small Healthcare Organizations