Day 2 November 9, 2022 | CHIME 30th Anniversary – Past, Present, Future
The healthcare industry took great strides in software development in the 1980s and 90s. Healthcare organizations began to create formal IT departments (sometimes housed in basements) that managed mainframes and transferred information using floppy disks. Then in 1992, founder John Glaser envisioned the formal role of CIO to operate a growing plethora of systems, address modernization, and lead hospital strategic planning, which has led to modern health IT. He developed an association tasked with creating exceptional leaders that would transform health and care throughout the world. This session celebrates the evolution of CIOs and CHIME. Join us to explore the ever-changing role of CIO and CHIME and envision a healthcare future that requires seasoned leaders, ongoing innovation, and advancing technology to optimize patient experience and clinical outcomes.
Daniel J. Barchi, CHCIO, LCHIME
Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, NewYork-Presbyterian
Daniel J. Barchi, MEM, is the Group Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer of NewYork-Presbyterian. In this role, he oversees the strategic vision and management of information technology, innovation, analytics, artificial intelligence, telemedicine, and pharmacy. Mr. Barchi joined NewYork-Presbyterian in 2015 and previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Yale New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine, where he led a number of important initiatives, including implementation of the electronic medical record across three hospitals, and the roll-out of a secure iPhone application for physician communication. He also served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Carilion Health System. Mr. Barchi holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis as well as a Master of Engineering Management from Old Dominion University. He served as a Brigade Commander while at the U.S. Naval Academy and was twice awarded the Navy Commendation Medal for superior leadership.
Andrea Daugherty, CISSP
Interim CIO, Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas
Andrea Daugherty is the interim chief information officer for the University of Texas (UT) at Austin, Dell Medical School and UT Health Austin. She brings more than 10 years of progressive healthcare technology experience, driving growth and innovation, and leading both private and public healthcare enterprises. As CIO, Daugherty is passionate about leveraging innovative technology in collaboration with clinicians, technology partners, and business champions to improve patient outcomes and transform healthcare delivery for consumers and providers. She received her Bachelor of Science in biology and Bachelor of Business Administration in enterprise management and entrepreneurship from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Daugherty is a certified healthcare chief information officer through the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, a certified information systems security professional through (ISC)2, and she is a project management professional with the Project Management Institute.
John Glaser, PhD
John is an Executive-in-Residence at the Harvard Medical School Executive Education. He is a former senior vice president of population health, at Cerner Corporation. Previously he was chief executive officer of Siemens Heath Services. Prior to Siemens, John was chief information officer at Partners HealthCare.
John was the founding chair of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the past-president of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). He is a former chair of the board of the American Telemedicine Association and a former Chair of the Global Agenda Council on Digital Health, World Economic Forum. He was a Senior Advisor to the US Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, federal department of Health and Human Services.
John serves on the boards of Carlton Willard Village, the Scottsdale Institute, National Committee for Quality Assurance, Lumeon, Wellsheet, and Relatient.
John has received numerous industry awards including the John P. Glaser Innovation Award (established by the School of Biomedical Informatics, University of Texas Health Sciences Center), William B. Stead Thought Leadership Award (American Medical Informatics Association) and the Lifetime Achievement Award (CHIME).
John received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He has written over 200 articles and four books on the strategic application of IT in health care. He is on the faculty of the UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics and the Harvard School of Public Health. He was previously on the faculty of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.