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Practical & Concise Playbook for Most Wired Excellence

April 23 2021  11 AM (EDT)  



Featuring Guest Speakers:

  • Lisa Stump, CIO at Yale New Haven Health System
  • Craig Richardville, CIO/CDO at SCL Health
  • Michelle Patterson, VP at CHIME Most Wired
  • Ed Marx, CDO at The HCI Group

Webinar Overview

What do these leaders have in common? All of them lead organizations who perform above their peers in Most Wired achievement. Lisa and Craig represent organizations that have performed at the highest levels. They did not get there overnight. They used Most Wired as a benchmark and something to aspire to, giving them a roadmap to ensuring that technology was an enabler to their organizations business and clinical success.

In this chat, listen in as Lisa and Craig share their journey to Most Wired success and lessons learned that you can apply in your own journey. Directly engage with them both in the Live audience interactive engagement format. Ed Marx, a perennial Most Wired winner will moderate, and Michelle Patterson of CHIME will share what is new for 2021.

Key insights:

  • Learn how SCL Health and Yale New Haven Health System prepare their teams to achieve ‘Most Wired’
  • Leading CIO/CDOs and CHIME discuss best practices and provide practical insights to achieving top ‘Most Wired’ scores
  • Hear direct from CHIME on key updates to the 2021 survey
  • Ask your questions live to Ed, Michelle, Lisa, and Craig

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Our Host

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.