Eight CIOs In North Texas Make Becker’s List

Becker’s Hospital Review put a greater spotlight on chief information officers this year, highlighting 100 that healthcare industry players should know. Seven of those come from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, representing Tenet Healthcare, Baylor Scott & White Health, Children’s Health System of Texas, CHRISTUS Health, Methodist Health System, Texas Health Resources, and the Walnut Hill Medical Center. 

Look below for those in North Texas, and head here for the entire list

Pamela Arora. Senior Vice President and CIO of Children’s Health System of Texas (Dallas). Under Ms. Arora’s leadership, Children’s Health System of Texas achieved Stage 7 of HIMSS EMR Adoption Model in 2010. [READ MORE]

Paul Browne. Senior Vice President of Applied Informatics and CIO of Tenet Healthcare (Dallas). Tenet appointed Mr. Browne senior vice president and CIO in 2012. [READ MORE]

Matthew Chambers. CIO of Baylor Scott & White Health (Dallas). Mr. Chambers served as CIO of Scott & White Healthcare until 2013, when it merged with Baylor Health Care System. [READ MORE]

George Conklin. Senior Vice President and CIO of CHRISTUS Health (Irving, Texas). Mr. Conklin has been with CHRISTUS Health since its inception in 1999. [READ MORE] 

Liz Johnson, BSN, RN. CIO of Acute Care Hospitals & Applied Clinical Informatics for Tenet Healthcare (Dallas). As CIO of acute care hospitals and applied clinical informatics, Ms. Johnson oversees the health IT at 84 Tenet hospitals across the nation. [READ MORE]

Pamela McNutt. Senior Vice President and CIO of Methodist Health System (Dallas). Ms. McNutt has served as senior vice president and CIO of Methodist Health System since April 1993. [READ MORE]

Aaron Miri. CIO of Walnut Hill Medical Center (Dallas). Walnut Hill Medical Center opened its doors in April 2014, and Mr. Miri came on board as CIO in February 2015. [READ MORE]

Joey Sudomir. Senior Vice President of Innovative Technology Solutions and CIO of Texas Heath Resources (Arlington). Mr. Sudomir joined Texas Health Resources in 2013 as vice president of IT operations and quickly worked his way through the ranks at the nonprofit health system. [READ MORE]

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  • Jack Kowitt

    You should know why? To sell them things or to gain wisdom? Some of these are well seasoned respected CIOs, but others are rookies who have yet to make their mark. No to deprecate them, but there should be clearer criteria on this list!!