Three health care CIOs--Rick Schooler of Orlando Health, Deborah Norton of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and James Nogan of Partners HealthCare--are among Information Management magazine’s 25 Top Information Managers for 2012. The reasons:

* Schooler is leading ground-breaking work at Orlando Health to improve the collection and quality of data and analyze it, according to Information Management: “The business goal is a less siloed enterprise view of data that reaches across clinical, operational and financial systems, something few health care organizations have been able to achieve. At Orlando Health, Schooler has brought in a Ph.D. level analytics team with eight members in place so far, half working on data extraction and the rest data analysts focused on tools and data that will interact with end users through metrics in scorecards and dashboards. ‘It’s probably going to take us three years to get the thing where we want it, but we’ve got a fair amount of data already populated,’ Schooler says.”

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