Pam Arlotto, President and CEO of Maestro Strategies, will join leading CMIOs at the CMIO Survival Guide: A Crash Course – The Business of Healthcare in Ojai, CA this summer.
Should CMIOs get an MBA? This is one of the most frequently-asked questions in the seven-year history of the CMIO Survival Guide: A Crash Course. Geared toward pressing issues facing the CMIO, the Crash Course brings together pioneering CMIOs, industry thought-leaders and those who want to learn and connect with others in the healthcare environment.
Immediately prior to the AMDIS Physical-Computer Connection Symposium, this one-and-a-half-day symposium will focus on the changing CMIO role and the leadership-business issues facing the CMIO.
Topics will include:
- Understanding enterprise strategies in the transition from volume to value: population health, consolidation and value-based reimbursement
- What CEOs and other C-Suite leaders expect from CMIOs: physicians vs. the business person’s view of leadership
- What’s in a title: CMIO 1.0 v 2.0, CHIO or MD CIO
- Fluency in financial reporting
- Building the business case based on value or ROI
- Governance design
- The emerging role of the care management platform: analytics, care coordination & customer engagement
- Health informatics 2.0: organizational structures & people management
- Career curation: MBA or not? Career options and stages
In addition, the session will bring back the popular HOT-Topic session where attendees are surveyed in advance regarding the problems they need to solve, conversations they want to have and issues they need to discuss.
Who Should Attend: Aspiring CMIOs, new CMIOs and CMIOs taking their role to the next level
Led By: AMDIS board members, leading CMIOs and physicians, and healthcare industry thought-leaders
Cost: $495 per attendee
Special Offers: Individual AMDIS members pay $445. There is a group rate of $395 per person for 3 or more attendees from the same organization that register at the same time using a Primary Registrant. When done, add additional attendees using the group option.
According to previous attendees:
“I have found my people. As the only CMIO in my organization, the Crash Course helped me understand that my experiences were not that unusual.” – First-time attendee
“Attending the Crash Course each year keeps me current with hot topics. At first I was skeptical – will it really be different? The nice thing is that the attendees help drive the content.” – Crash Course Alum