Matthew Chambers, Chief Information Officer for Scott & White Healthcare, has achieved professional certification from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).
Chambers joined Scott & White as Chief Information Officer in July 2011 and is responsible for leading the enterprise transformation to its next generation electronic medical record system. Prior to Scott & White, he held IT leadership positions at KPMG, BearingPoint and James Martin & Co. Throughout his career, Chambers led large-scale business and technology transformation projects with a focus on mergers and acquisitions post-transaction IT transformation, IT strategy and governance architecture.
CHIME is an executive organization dedicated to serving chief information officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders. Its certification program is the only credentialing program that distinguishes healthcare IT executives from others in the industry and represents achievement of the highest standard of professional development for healthcare CIOs.
About Scott & White Healthcare (sw.org)
Scott &White Healthcare is a non-profit collaborative health care system established in 1897 in Temple, Texas. Among the leading health systems encompassing one of the nation’s largest multi-specialty group practices, Scott & White provides personalized, comprehensive health care enhanced by medical education and research. Scott & White Healthcare includes 12 hospital sites with two additional announced facilities, and 178 clinics at more than 65 clinic locations throughout Central Texas providing adult and pediatric care in 46 medical specialties. Integrated, high-quality care is delivered by a dedicated staff of more than 14,000 (including 1,000 physicians and scientists and more than 300 specialized health care providers.