Nanda Named Chief Medical Information Officer
Dr. Jeetu Nanda calls taking the position at Cone Health a “no brainer.”
Greensboro – Dr. Jeetu Nanda, MBA, is the new chief medical information officer (CMIO) at Cone Health. He will be responsible for various technologies such as electronic medical records and other systems that collect and use data collected in health care.
The CMIO role has grown in importance in recent years as technology allows more information about patients to be collected. Nanda will lead efforts to sift through that data to uncover ways of measuring and improving the effectiveness of care. He will also work to ensure these systems are secure, reliable and easy to use.
Prior to joining Cone Health, Nanda was a senior physician executive with Cerner, a health information technology company. He has prior informatics and population health leadership experience, including serving as CMIO for the Springfield Clinic and multiple leadership roles for SSM Health.
Nanda says Cone Health was an easy choice for him. “Cone Health is an innovator, a collaborative and caring health system which is important to me,” says Nanda. “For me it was a no brainer.”
Nanda earned his bachelor’s and medical degree in the Philippines and completed his residency in St. Louis, Missouri. He earned his MBA from Washington University in St. Louis.
Nanda began his career in internal medicine at SSM Health in St. Louis. He assumed leadership responsibilities, including director of informatics, and roles related to physician documentation and population health.