Mr. Hard To Get CIO

Mr. Hard To Get CIO is the Chief Information Officer of the largest not-for-profit home and community-based health care organization in the country, serving nearly 150,000 New Yorkers annually – the vast majority of whom are Medicare or Medicaid beneficiaries, including those dually-eligible under both programs. In his leadership capacity, Mr. Hard To Get CIO also oversees the technology infrastructure used by the companies managed long-term care providers for the organization’s safety-net health plan, which serves roughly 30,000 members through both Medicare Advantage and New York State Medicaid Managed Care products. With over 30 years of comprehensive information systems experience in all phases of managing and marketing healthcare information technology solutions, Mr. Hard To Get CIO prior work includes leadership roles with the IBM Corporation and the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, including its subsidiary, Shared Health. It is in this latter capacity at Shared Health where Mr. Hard To Get CIO was at the helm of the efforts that led to the establishment of the state of Tennessee’s primary multi-payer health information exchange (HIE) initiative, which at the time, served over 1.8 million Medicaid enrollees and was the largest public/private HIE in the country.

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