Tuesday, February 11, 2014
DC, Northern Virginia Enterprise Architects, Health Technology Professionals - an #NVTC Joint Committee Meeting with Former HHS CIO John Teeter - 2/18/2014
Northern Virginia Enterprise Architects, Health Technology Professionals, in the Washington DC metro region - if you are members, stakeholders or guests of the Northern Virginia Technology Council ( #NVTC ), please join us this next Tuesday Feb 8th, 2014, from 7:30-9AM, for a Health Technology, Business and Enterprise Architecture Joint Committee Meeting. Click here for meeting directions (Fairview Park, VA).
Former HHS CIO John Teeter will discuss Healthcare Transformation, and Enterprise Architecture/IT Investment Strategies with our committee members and guests.
Free Admission for NVTC.org Members and Guests; contact NVTC.org for membership options.
The NVTC Business & Enterprise Architecture ( #NVTCBEA ) and Health Technology Committees present a timely, informed and conversational event with an influential leader in the US Federal Government and global healthcare information technology (IT) dialogue.
JohnTeeter - former HHS CIO
John Teeter is currently the Managing Director in KPMG’s Federal Advisory Group, the Global Center of Excellence for Health. During his time at HHS, the agency successfully realized tens of millions of dollars of cost savings, particularly in health IT and administrative systems. He helped change the way of thinking to increase efficiency in IT acquisition, software licensing and telecommunications.
Prior to this, John was associate Director for IT Architecture at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where he kick-started a harmonized approach to systems architecture across a highly federated organization. He began his career at the center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Social Security Administration (SSA), where he held IT-related positions and was involved in large-scale database migrations.
John has received numerous awards and recognitions for his work, including induction into the FEAC Institute’s “Federal Enterprise Architecture Hall of Fame”.
Contact the NVTC directly, or Ted McLaughlan, Oracle Enterprise Architecture (NVTC Business and Enterprise Architecture Committee Chair) for more information.