With healthcare providers largely having electronic medical records systems in place, traditional roles for top information technology executives are evolving.
CIOs now see chief medical information officers ready to take on new responsibilities, particularly as the provider organizations that employ them are counting on them to play a key role in using information systems to support value-based care and other quality initiatives.
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