Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) for Peninsula Regional Medical Center.
Board-certified Internal Medicine physician, who has practiced in inpatient and ambulatory care in hospitals, high-volume clinics, and retainer-style clinics. Past Chair of the Department of Medicine at Sentara Norfolk General.
Executive and leadership roles in clinical management, strategy & development, analytics, and informatics. Identify operational challenges, and opportunities to apply technology to improve quality of care and cost-effectiveness and reduce administrative workload on clinical staff. Evaluate available technological and organizational solutions, develop exceptionally effective programs, and apply analytic tools and data to identify trends, benchmark performance, and provide strategic analysis to leadership. Convey medical and clinical concepts to technical specialists, and technology use and benefits to executives and to clinical and administrative end-users.
Significant Epic experience since 2008 with deep knowledge of the clinical applications. Experienced physician builder with projects that improve provider efficiency. Lead informatics and analytics around HCC, alerts, MyChart utilization, order set development, and provider optimization.
Major projects involving provider efficiency in Epic; patient scheduling in urgent care using Clockwise.MD; operational, quality, and financial reporting in Tableau; building a telehealth program using MDLIVE, prescription monitoring program with Appriss Gateway, population health analytics with Arcadia Analytics, mobile app development and MyChart expansion, Surescripts electronic prescribing of controlled substances and electronic prior authorizations, clinical gap closure campaigns using Relatient.
Experience with: SQL, Epic clinical applications, Slicer Dicer, and Reporting Workbench. Population health analytics with Healthy Planet, Arcadia and Lightbeam. Agile development; Kanban. Scrum Certified.