CIO.com official logo from IDGBrian was recently featured in a crowd-sourced article on CIO.com about “AI’s Healthcare Promise Will Serve Patients – And More“.

“From early disease detection, improved patient safety, reduced or eliminated repeatable/mundane tasks and human errors, and more accurate medical billing, AI will play an expanding role in healthcare”, says Brian E. Thomas, Healthcare CIO. “Simply put, implementing a set of processes that combines both machines and humans will reap the most benefits.”

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Teresa CollinsI have had the pleasure and opportunity to work with Brian as a peer on our Executive Team.  As a leader, he is superb at pulling resources together on a moment’s notice to address crucial customer or patient related matters.  His ability to come up with both short-term solutions and long-term strategies for the organization is extraordinary.  Not only does he possess a high level of technical knowledge, but is very clear when he communicates to the business on business matters.  His compassion, customer service, responsiveness, and commitment are truly second-to-none.  Brian is one of the easiest people to work with and is very accountable. He would complement any team or organization, and I would enjoy the opportunity to work with him again.

 
 

Scott Kashman, FACHEBrian and I worked together at Ascension Health’s subsidiary, Carondelet Health in Kansas City. Brian’s strong leadership played a key role on our Information Systems department. Brian was responsible for implementing and integrating new technology. One major conversion stands out where Brian led the effort every step of the way including serving as our Incident Commander through the process. His communication skills are superb and he has a great strength in physician and staff relations.

Brian and I continue to stay in touch and he is invaluable guiding me with technology and social media communication integration. 

Brian’s strong leadership skills, physician relationships, understanding of organizational processes and technology served our organization well.