Brian Doerr

SVP Information Technology & Security and Privacy Officer

As Senior Vice President of Information Technology & Security and Privacy Officer, Brian Doerr is responsible for the implementation and development of all IT, security and privacy related programs for CHC and CHC hospital clients. Brian leads IT and information management systems, supports all aspects of Meaningful Use, directs Security and Privacy initiatives, oversees telecom funding programs including CHC’s Universal Services Administration Company consortium, and leads CHC’s Intellicare credit card processing initiative.

Brian brings an extensive background in technology services and hospital cost management to CHC. Previously, Brian worked as Senior Vice President of Technology Services at Argyle Solutions, Inc. in Irving, Texas; Director of Business Intelligence for Duke University HealthSystems; and Director of Revenue Reporting and Analysis at Triad Hospitals in Plano, Texas.

Brian is a frequent national speaker on healthcare technology, including the American Hospital Association’s Rural Healthcare Leadership Conferences, the Texas Hospital Association’s Cybersecurity Conferences, Becker’s CIO and CFO forums, and Google. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich., and a Masters of Arts in Human Dimensions of Organizations from the University of Texas in Austin, Texas.


Managing Organizational Risk: Ways to Keep Your Hospital Safe

In this era of electronic data, we’ve come to expect that personal information stored electronically will remain private, accessible only on a “need-to-know” basis to those you identify. But what happens when organizational data becomes available to others as a result of cyber attacks? As an industry, hospitals face particular challenges.

In fact, health care organizations top the list of the most cyber-attacked industries, followed by manufacturing, financial services and the government. Data breaches place private patient data at risk, and HIPAA standards and compliance audits don’t adequately address security...



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