Bill Winn, Director of Strategic Services for Navin, Haffty and Associates (NHA), has been invited to present on the topics of Preparing Hospitals for Promoting Interoperability – Meaningful Use Stage 3 and Providers and Clinics: Actions to Take Now to Comply with MIPS at the Mississippi MEDITECH CIO Collaborative’s quarterly meeting in Jackson, Mississippi on August 21.
A leading expert in the MEDITECH community on Meaningful Use/Promoting Interoperability regulations, Winn brings more than 30 years of experience managing information technologies in multiple-facility settings. Prior to joining NHA, Bill served for four years as CIO of an acute care hospital in Wyoming.
The Mississippi MEDITECH CIO Collaborative was created by seven hospitals in Mississippi and Alabama to share common goals, challenges, and strategies on ways to improve patient safety and efficiencies. The organizations participating in the collaborative include leaders from Anderson Regional Health System, Meridian, MS; DCH Health System, Tuscaloosa, AL; Delta Regional Medical Center, Greenville, MS; George Regional Health System, Lucedale, MS; King’s Daughters Medical Center, Brookhaven, MS; Magnolia Regional Health Center, Corinth, MS; and Methodist Rehabilitation Center, Jackson, MS.