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Ms. Karen Bowling

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Healthcare's Chief Information Of...

Phone: (207) ***-****  
Local Address:  Bangor , Maine , United States
St. Joseph Hospital
1100 West Stewart Drive
Orange , California 92868
United States

Company Description: St. Joseph Hospital of Orange is a values-based Catholic healthcare provider with a tradition of and commitment to excellence based, on the vision of the Sisters of...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Group Board of Directors
    Vision User

Education

  • Bachelor of Science , Accounting
    Husson University
  • Master of Science , Business Administration
    Husson University
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Karen Bowling
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Karen Bowling Chief Information Officer
Karen Bowling is the Chief Information Officer of Covenant Health. She is responsible for providing technology vision and leadership in the development and implementation of a strategic plan to support the infrastructure and application solutions for the entire system. She collaborates with the CIO's of the 3 acute hospitals and technologists over elder services operations.
Prior to joining in 2013, Ms. Bowling was CIO at St. Joseph Hospital in Bangor, ME. Over the last 10 years, Karen led the organization's migration from paper to an electronic medical record, implemented bed side medication administration and electronic document management for Health Information Management. She lead the charge and achieved Stage 1 Meaningful Use for the hospital and physician practices and was a leader in Bangor Beacon connecting patient records to HealthInfoNet, Maine's Health Information Exchange.
Ms. Bowling serves on the Vision User's Group Board of Directors. She was also awarded the 2012 Health Information Technology Men and Women of the Year: Shapers and Influencers. Ms. Bowling holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Master of Science in Business Administration from Husson University.
St. Joseph Healthcare : What's New
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St. Joseph Healthcare's Chief Information Officer Karen Bowling (photo) was recently honored by the information technology trade publication Healthcare IT News at the magazine's third annual H.I.T. Men and Women Awards. During a reception in Las Vegas, Bowling was presented with an award in the Shapers and Influencers category, recognizing her work among national healthcare technology leaders.
The awards, presented in three categories to nine people, were voted on by more than 1,500 Healthcare IT News readers. Bowling was nominated in part for her work deciphering, implementing and successfully attesting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Meaningful Use rules.
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St. Joseph Healthcare's (Bangor, ME) Chief Information Officer Karen Bowling was recently honored by Healthcare IT News at its third annual H.I.T. Men and Women Awards. During a reception in Las Vegas, Bowling was presented with an award in the Shapers and Influencers category, recognizing her work among national healthcare technology leaders.
The awards, presented in three categories to nine people, were voted on by more than 1,500 Healthcare IT News readers. Bowling was nominated by Justin Laning, VP of Business Development and Marketing for ACS-Midas+, in part for her work deciphering, implementing and successfully attesting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Meaningful Use rules.
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But first, Bowling says, she had to make sense of the measures within the rule and what needed to be done from a technology and workflow standpoint. She was successful at leading the organization, both the hospital and several physician practices, to Meaningful Use, Stage 1 during the first year of the program.
"This is an incredible honor," Bowling says. "I'm grateful for the support here at St. Joseph Healthcare, as well as from Siemens Healthcare and other hospitals from across the country.
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Covenant Health Systems in congratulates Ms. Bowling on this honor.
St. Joseph Healthcare's (Bangor, ME) ...
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St. Joseph Healthcare's (Bangor, ME) Chief Information Officer Karen Bowling was recently honored by Healthcare IT News at its third annual H.I.T. Men and Women Awards. During a reception in Las Vegas, Bowling was presented with an award in the Shapers and Influencers category, recognizing her work among national healthcare technology leaders.
The awards, presented in three categories to nine people, were voted on by more than 1,500 Healthcare IT News readers. Bowling was nominated by Justin Laning, VP of Business Development and Marketing for ACS-Midas+, in part for her work deciphering, implementing and successfully attesting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Meaningful Use rules.
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But first, Bowling says, she had to make sense of the measures within the rule and what needed to be done from a technology and workflow standpoint. She was successful at leading the organization, both the hospital and several physician practices, to Meaningful Use, Stage 1 during the first year of the program.
"This is an incredible honor," Bowling says. "I'm grateful for the support here at St. Joseph Healthcare, as well as from Siemens Healthcare and other hospitals from across the country.
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Covenant Health Systems in congratulates Ms. Bowling on this honor.
St. Joseph Healthcare's (Bangor, ME) ...
www.covenanths.org [cached]
St. Joseph Healthcare's (Bangor, ME) Chief Information Officer Karen Bowling was recently honored by Healthcare IT News at its third annual H.I.T. Men and Women Awards. During a reception in Las Vegas, Bowling was presented with an award in the Shapers and Influencers category, recognizing her work among national healthcare technology leaders.
The awards, presented in three categories to nine people, were voted on by more than 1,500 Healthcare IT News readers. Bowling was nominated by Justin Laning, VP of Business Development and Marketing for ACS-Midas+, in part for her work deciphering, implementing and successfully attesting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Meaningful Use rules.
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But first, Bowling says, she had to make sense of the measures within the rule and what needed to be done from a technology and workflow standpoint. She was successful at leading the organization, both the hospital and several physician practices, to Meaningful Use, Stage 1 during the first year of the program.
"This is an incredible honor," Bowling says. "I'm grateful for the support here at St. Joseph Healthcare, as well as from Siemens Healthcare and other hospitals from across the country.
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Covenant Health Systems in congratulates Ms. Bowling on this honor.
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