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Digital Leadership: 
The Chief Information Officer and Chief Digital Officer Conundrum

8th October 2020   11:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)

The Chief Information Officer and Chief Digital Officer Conundrum

 

 

 

Webinar Overview

Join Edward Marx and Hillary Ross as they discuss this evolving position and what it means for the CIO. Listen in as they review the most popular models in healthcare today. They will also discuss practical steps you can take to best prepare yourself for your future in this quickly evolving digital healthcare world. This webinar will be helpful for anyone looking to learn new skills and enable a successful career pivot in the CDO or CIO direction.                                                  

Progressive health systems are actively hiring chief digital officers (CDO). Where do the roles & responsibilities of the CDO intersect with the CIO? What skills do CDO's and CIO's need to crossover if interested? Should CIOs report to CDOs?

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Key Speakers

Ed Marx - Round

Ed Marx,
Chief Digital Officer at The HCI Group

Marx is a leader in the healthcare industry and former CIO at some of the nation's largest health systems. Author of the 2019 best seller "Voices of Innovation" and co-author of "Healthcare Digital Transformation", publishing in May. He was Chief Information Officer at Cleveland Clinic, where his responsibilities included digital solutions as well as information technology. Prior to joining Cleveland Clinic, Edward served as the CIO for The Advisory Board, Texas Health Resources and University Hospitals.

Hillary Ross

Hillary Ross,
Managing Partner and Practice Leader, Information Technology at Wittkieffer

Hillary is nationally recognized as a subject matter expert in healthcare IT executive search and consulting. Specializing in the recruitment of senior level leadership including CIOs, Digital, CMIOs, CHIO, CRIOs, Biomedical Informatics, Data Analytics, Perioperative Informatics and Personalized Medicine. Hillary has placed leaders in academic medical centers, healthcare systems, hospitals, managed care, and healthcare associations, in addition to tech companies and private equity and venture capital firms. She has worked with a multitude of clients and cultures both nationally and across the globe.