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CHOC Children’s CHIO Recognized for Leadership in Health Information Technology

Dr. William Feaster(ORANGE, Calif., Nov. 5, 2018) –  Dr. William Feaster, CHOC Children’s chief health information officer, has been recognized nationally for his leadership in utilizing health information technology to increase positive outcomes for patients.

Already recognized as an international leader in population health technology and analytics, Dr. Feaster was one of five physicians to receive a Physician All-Star award from Cerner, a leading worldwide provider of health information technology solutions, services, devices and hardware, at its recent annual conference.

“This award further validates the important work underway at CHOC Children’s to use data to save children’s lives,” Dr. Feaster says. “Advancing technology will continue to dramatically enhance how we practice medicine, and I am proud to stand with CHOC on the forefront of a dramatic shift that will ultimately lead to more children having happier and healthier childhoods.”

As CHOC’s chief health information officer, Dr. Feaster leads the implementation and adoption of technologies that support clinical care and data analysis across the healthcare community. His work promotes the application of data science tools on healthcare data for predictive analytics, data mining, and related technologies to support new informatics initiatives.

Dr. Feaster’s work supports CHOC’s population health efforts; innovation and performance excellence initiatives; and clinical and translational research informatics.

At CHOC since 2012, Dr. Feaster has been involved in advancing information technology throughout nearly 40 years of clinical practice in pediatric critical care and anesthesia. He has held several medical administrative positions in hospitals, health systems and universities, and is board-certified in pediatrics, anesthesia and clinical informatics.

The annual Cerner Health Conference, held mid-October in Kansas City, Mo., drew nearly 14,000 healthcare industry leaders, practitioners and employees to discuss the latest innovations for health information technology.

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