Arthur Harvey III | 105 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know | 2018

Arthur Harvey III. Vice President and CIO of Boston Medical Center. Mr. Harvey is vice president and CIO of the 487-bed nonprofit Boston Medical Center, overseeing IT for the safety net hospital. After spending two years as the director of applications and development at Boston Medical Center, Mr. Harvey took on his current position in 2014 and has delivered three consecutive years of on-budget and cost-control performance through his hands-on, results-driven approach to leadership. During his tenure, Mr. Harvey revised the IT governance process and management structure, which reduced staff turnover by 20 percent and increased the project completion rate by 80 percent. He was responsible for a successful EHR implementation that ran on time and on budget, resulting in a $15 million per year increase in revenue as well as improved physician satisfaction. Under his leadership, Boston Medical Center earned Hospitals & Health Networks' Health Care's Most Wired honor for the first time and improved from HIMSS EMR Adoption Model Stage 3 to Stage 6.

     
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