Published on February 26, 2014
Breaking through the clutter of #HIMSS14 What leading health system CIOs are really talking about (2014 Edition) February 26, 2014 Contents are proprietary and confidential. Prepared by: Marisa Carullo (@MarisaCarullo) Sarah Colgrove (@sacolgrove) Rob Cronin (@RobCroninNY) Greg Matthews (@chimoose)
Audience-Focused Analytics Our 2nd annual look at what hospital CIOs are Tweeting about • It’s always good to know what conversations are happening online about your most important topics • It’s even more important to know what’s on the minds of your most important audiences • WCG has analyzed a year’s worth of tweets from thought-leading CIOs and CMIOs from major health systems • Break through the clutter. #HIMSS14 Contents are proprietary and confidential.
49 Health System CIOs/CMIOs and CTOs … With more to come. Let us know if you should be here! CIO Name Hospital CIO Twitter CIO Name Andrew Fenton NHS Oxfordshire Hospital CIO Twitter Don Claunch Wyoming Medical Center djclaunch fentonaw Arlyn Broekhuis Sanford Health Aurelia Boyer New York Presbyterian Hospital aboyernyp SanfordArlyn pvbrieger Colin Banas Flagler Hospital Ochsner Medical Center Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Craig Joseph Agnesian HealthCare CraigJoseph Dale Sanders Health Catalyst drsanders Damian Borbolla daborbolla David Chou Hospital Italiano Univ. Mississippi Medical Center David Lundal Dean Health Systems Dave_Lundal Tan Tock Seng Hospital RavDev Evangelical DSpottsMD Community Hospital DrDoug67 Mission Community Dustin Fennell Hospital dustin_fennell Texas Health Edward Marx Resources marxists Nicholas H. Noyes Ernest W. Lehmann Memorial Hospital ernestlehmann Texas Health Ferdinand Velasco MD Resources ftvelasco Tift Regional Medical Guy McAllister Center guymis Yale New Haven James Weeks Health System jimmyweeks Capital Region Medical Jason Cecil Center JasonMCecil San Francisco General Jenson Wong Hospital jensonw74 Cook Children's Health Jim Stalder Care System jstalder Dirk Stanley, MD MPH Cooley Dickinson Hospital dirkstanley Joel L. Vengco Bill Rieger Chris Belmont Contents are proprietary and confidential. CBelmont88 VCUHS_ONE_CMIO dchou1107 Dr Ravinder Sachdev Baystate Health jolaven
49 Health System CIOs/CMIOs and CTOs … With more to come. Let us know if you should be here! CIO Name John Halamka Joseph Hobbs Joseph Ryan Hospital Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Community Hospital Anderson Hermitage Medical Clinic CIO Twitter CIO Name jhalamka Ralph Johnson JOEtheCIO Ronald A. Tomo joeymryan Spencer Hamons Hospital Clinico Madrid juliomayol Wing Memorial Hospital and Medical Centers kenrileyjr UT Southwestern Medical Center kakirksey Stefan Vlachos hitechadvice Tim Stettheimer M_Chasin Tom Coolen Mark Harvey Lanier Health Services St. Luke's Health System St. Mary Medical Center Wirt County Health Services Association Michael Dahlweid CSC MicDa Phil Fasano Kaiser Permanente The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center fasanophil Julio Mayol Ken Riley Kirk Kirksey Kurt LeRoy Marc Chasin, M.D. Marian Moran Steve Huffman Sue Schade Contents are proprietary and confidential. Franklin Community Health Network Nassau University Medical Center Taos Health Systems Karolinska University Hospital CIO Twitter RalphJohnsonII rtomo spencerhamons spirri Beacon Health System SteveHuffmanCIO University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers sgschade St. Vincent's Health System tstettheimer AZ Groeninge Ministry Health Care and Affinity Health System be_toco WDOdman Ronald A. Tomo SSM Health Care Franklin Community Health Network Nassau University Medical Center Spencer Hamons Taos Health Systems spencerhamons MarianMoran55 Will Weider mark_harvey William Odman Ralph Johnson Phyllis Teater Hospital phyllisteater CandidCIO RalphJohnsonII rtomo
12-Month Activity 44% average at least 1 tweet/workday Top 6 average nearly 5 Tweets/Workday Number of People Tweet Volume 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 19 15 3 4 1 0-100 101-200 3 201-300 Series1 301-400 401-500 >500 Number of Tweets Tweets collected between 1/1/13 – 2/20/14 Contents are proprietary and confidential.
Most Active CIO Twitter Handles Stanley, Mayol and Fenton most active 12 Month Tweet Count SteveHuffmanCIO sgschade daborbolla fentonaw dirkstanley 0 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500
Hashtags 31% of CIO Tweets contain Hashtags Mentions HIT ummchealthIT CMIO CHIME healthcare HIMSS13 ACA CIO EHR HealthIT CHIME13 0 50 100 150 200 #FF (Follow Friday) and #YAM (Post to Yammer) were in the top 10, but removed due to the nature of their usage Tweets collected between 1/1/13 – 2/20/14 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 250
Most Mentioned Handles Most @mentions HarvardBiz ahier ValaAfshar midsommarregn madridmvision CIOCHIME iClinicoMadrid AP nprnews nytimes 0 Tweets collected between 1/1/13 – 2/20/14 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 200 400 600 800 1000
CIOs Most Mentioned by Peers Rieger, Huffman and Marx leading the pack jhalamka JOEtheCIO dirkstanley dchou1107 tstettheimer sgschade CandidCIO marxists SteveHuffmanCIO pvbrieger 0 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 10 20 30 40 50 60
Most-Linked Domains 56% of CIO Tweets contained a link Domain Link Count apnews.com blogspot.com paper.li youtube.com nytimes.com 0 Tweets collected between 1/1/13 – 2/20/14 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 200 400 600 800 1000 1200
Most-Linked News Sites The New York Times proves to be the #1 news source for CIOs healthsystemcio.com hbr.org time.com forbes.com wsj.com theguardian.com apnews.com healthcareitnews.com npr.org nytimes.com 0 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 200 400 600 800 1000 1200
Most-Linked Blogs Halamka, Stanley and Fennell lead the way A Better NHS Call IT Anything NHS Norwich CEO The Healthcare Blog DirkMD KevinMD Culture Infusion Geekdoctor HISTalk Paper.li/dustin_fennell 0 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 100 200 300 400 500
Most-Linked Social Media Sites CIOs are sharing more on Twitter, including photos and videos twitpic.com kickstarter.com slideshare.net mapmyfitness.com foursquare.com linkedin.com facebook.com instagram.com youtube.com twitter.com 0 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 200 400 600 800 1000
Other Most-Linked Sites Amazon is the top site CIOs link to outside of news and blogs shealth.eu authorhouse.com england.nhs.uk advisory.com jamarx.net nih.gov healthcare.gov discovery.com mit.edu amazon.com 0 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 50 100 150 200 250 300
wcgworld.com @wcgworld Contents are proprietary and confidential.
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