Thursday, July 25, 2024

CMS begins the search for their new CIO

CMS Chief Information Officer and Director, Office of Enterprise Information

As the CMS Chief Information Officer (CIO), you will also serve as the Director of CMS’ Office of Enterprise Information.  You will enable the CMS strategy and services, as the individual responsible for the technology to make it all possible.  This includes Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and the Marketplace (HealthCare.gov), and you will work closely with the teams who deliver those services.  You will serve as the thought leader and principal advisor to the agency leadership team on technology – both how it is evolving and how it can enable healthcare system modernization. You will lead information technology management and modernization for the most significant healthcare payer in the United States, assuring the accuracy and security of sensitive health utilization and payment information for more than 100 million Americans.  You will represent the agency on information technology matters in interactions with HHS and the Office of Management and Budget and will participate in government-wide CIO council matters.  You will lead a talented team of agency technical and program experts to:

Accelerate CMS’ adoption of modern technology to enable the implementation of key business and policy goals, such as general operations and legislative mandates, as well as agency infrastructure improvement activities. This includes everything from moving programs onto a modern and flexible tech stack, to automating testing and deployments, to security best practices… Read More.

G2X TAKE: With the recent announced departure of CMS CIO, Dave Nelson, it was only a matter of time until CMS began to look for a replacement. With George Hoffman taking over as the acting CIO and the current Director of the Enterprise Data Services Group, Mark Hogle moving into the Acting Deputy Director for Office of Technology Solutions left by Hoffman, the exec shuffle continues.

Given the funding levels and highly visible nature of the role, CMS is certain to receive their share of applicants. Whether Hoffman stays or they look outside is yet tbd, but in the mean time it can be quite enlightening to read the job description for these SES level roles.

 

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