Scott MacLean for President! (Well, HIMSS Board at least)

June 24, 2011
It’s not often we get an opportunity to lobby for a “friend” of the magazine, but just such a chance is here. Over the past year, HCI, specifically

It’s not often we get an opportunity to lobby for a “friend” of the magazine, but just such a chance is here.

Over the past year, HCI, specifically senior editor Daphne Lawrence, has gotten to know Scott MacLean, CIO and Corporate Director at Newton-Wellesley Hospital/Partners HealthCare, very well. Lawrence reviews all contributed items, working closely with authors to bring submitted pieces up to her exacting standards. To date, Scott has bested that hurdle twice – (ARRA: The Care Revolution & Going With the Flow: Lessons from Disruptive Change) – a significant feat for any busy CIO. In addition to writing those pieces, Scott served as a source for Daphne in this story on CRM: Patients, Not Purchases.

As such, it’s not difficult to support Scott in his efforts to join the HIMSS board. If you’re a HIMSS member, I urge you to cast a vote for Scott; you will be doing right by HIMSS, and your industry.

Voting Details:

The HIMSS Board of Directors and Nominating Committee election is open through Nov. 15, 2009 11:59 PM Central Time, USA. To cast your vote, please login using your unique credentials:

Go to: https://www.directvote.net/HIMSS/

Candidate information is available on the on-line ballot.

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