Timothy Y. Shiuh named chief medical information officer

Timothy Y. Shiuh named chief medical information officer

Timothy Y. Shiuh, M.D.

Timothy Y. Shiuh, M.D., has been appointed Christiana Care’s chief medical information officer (CMIO).

Dr. Shiuh joined Christiana Care’s Information Technology Department two years ago as assistant chief medical information officer. He was instrumental in the successful implementation of the provider documentation project.

In that role he oversaw the execution of physician-friendly design for recent PowerChart projects such as Dynamic Documentation, ICU eCare replacement, ED projects, the eSignout replacement project, PowerChart Anesthesia and other important initiatives. He is a trusted Cerner adviser and has been a valued contributor to Cerner for PowerChart functional enhancements and new application features.

In his role as CMIO, Dr. Shiuh will continue to drive the implementation and optimization of Christiana Care’s integrated electronic health record and help the organization leverage this digital platform to advance clinical efficiency and care delivery. He also will collaborate with Christiana Care leadership, clinicians and our strategic partners to develop a comprehensive clinical information systems strategic vision that facilitates the clinical, quality, safety and financial objectives of the health system.

Dr. Shiuh has worked with Christiana Care for 10 years and will continue to practice clinically as an Emergency Medicine physician. He is a native Delawarean and completed his undergraduate, medical school and residency training at the University of Rochester-Strong Memorial Hospital.

He is board certified in clinical informatics through the American Board of Preventive Medicine. He is currently enrolled in the Dartmouth Master of Health Care Delivery Science program.