Dr. Doris Peek
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Dr. Doris Peek is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Broward Health. Her role as a strategist, negotiator and change driver has defined IT as the business enabler for the enterprise. Dr. Peek’s approach has always been that blind automation will not deliver the desired results. Raising digital quotient involves extending customer experience, operational excellence and workforce management in a sustainable framework of governance, collaboration and innovation. Some of the defining moments include:
· Infrastructure improvements and operational excellence in clinical workflow earned Broward Health an EMRAM score of 6 from HIMSS. Broward Health attested to both meaningful use stage 1 and stage 2.
· Implementation of systems to cover the entire dimension of patient care delivery system. System provides physician performance feedback, infection control, antibiotic stewardship, and accountable care measure management combining various data streams.
· One of the first Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) to implement tools necessary to exchange healthcare information with the state and healthcare providers across the nation who participate in eHealth Exchange (aka NHIN).
. Doris served as a member of the Steering Committee and served on various sub-committees of the South Florida Regional Extension Center (SFREC) since its inception. She is a Board member for Ft Lauderdale Historical Society
She holds a doctorate in Organization management and is a Certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO).
Martin Health System
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
When Ed Collins joined Martin Health as vice president and chief information officer in 2008, the fully integrated electronic medical record had not yet been adopted. Fast forward seven years later, and Martin Health has been using the EMR for four years—and managing the flow of confidential information has become the number one priority.
“Health care is both constantly changing and extraordinarily complex,” Collins said. “The EMR provides us with an enormous quantity of data that can be used to improve the quality of services and outcomes, and support an efficient, financially stable organization.”
Under Collins’ leadership, Martin Health System has been recognized as a Most Wired Hospital by Hospitals and Health Networks for the fourth year in a row. Most Wired hospitals must meet rigorous criteria related to infrastructure, business and administrative management, clinical quality and safety, and clinical integration.