Chief medical informatics officer
A chief medical informatics officer (CMIO, also sometimes referred to as a chief medical information officer) is a healthcare executive generally responsible for the health informatics platform required to work with clinical IT staff  to support the efficient design, implementation, and use of health technology within a healthcare organization.
Typically the CMIO is a 
While historically there have been physicians and others filling this role, the more formal CMIO position started around 1992  to help hospitals support the adoption and implementation of health technologies such as Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act).
CMIOs generally report to either the  but they typically include at least one of the following:
- Strategic planning
- EMR Governance and Policy development
- Systems development and implementation
- Stakeholder engagement
- Capacity Building 
- Informatics education and platform development
- Data mining and quality reporting
- Education, Training and curriculum design
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