CORHIO Proudly Announces the Appointment of Two New Board MembersDate: January 17th, 2020Category: CORHIO e-NewsletterTopics: Colorado Healthcare Leaders, CORHIO Governance & Leadership
New Board of Directors started their terms in January 2020 to help guide the organization’s mission to improve health care information exchange and service delivery
“On behalf of the CORHIO Board of Directors, I welcome both of these remarkable individuals whose work impacts the future of healthcare delivery every day,” said Alexis Sgouros, CORHIO Board Chair. “Their expertise will broaden our insight and can only elevate the work we do to bring access to information that saves lives, streamlines care coordination, reduces costs, and improves clinical outcomes for millions of people.”
Dr. Darlene Tad-y is the Vice President of Clinical Affairs for the Colorado Hospital Association—responsible for leading statewide quality and safety initiatives in Colorado. Also an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, she is an academic hospitalist and the Director for GME Quality and Safety Programs. Dr. Tad-y is a Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine (SFHM) proving her dedication to promoting excellence, innovation and improving the quality of patient care.
“Serving on the CORHIO Board allows me to support the development, guide the strategic direction, and maintain the viability of the vital health information exchange resource that CORHIO provides to our state and to our hospitals,” said Tad-y. “I look forward to providing insight into the ways in which frontline clinicians utilize clinical health information, including user interface, adoption of new technology and general preferences.”
Ray Deiotte is Chief Data Officer for Centura Health. Ray received his BS in Physics from the University of Colorado and is pursuing a PhD in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins. He brings 20 years of data analytics and systems engineering experience and hopes to “provide a positive impact to the healthcare delivery ecosystem for all of the patients in Colorado through service on the CORHIO Board of Directors.” As a member of the board, Deiotte said he “will strive to further CORHIO’s mission to provide information to caregivers to better deliver care.”
To see the entire list of CORHIO’s Board of Directors, please visit our web page.