Paul B. Glisson, DO, MBA, FACEP
Paul B. Glisson, DO, MBA, FACEP

Experience

 

Vice President of Medical Affairs at Baptist Health Care

December 2016 - Present

 

Quality Physicain Advisor at Baptist Health Care

September 2014 - Present

Responsible for clinical quality improvement for the health system.

 

The position also serves in the capacity of Physician Specialist for the Clinical IT team and provides expertise in the crafting design of the CPOE system.  Provides input into the use of technology such as electronic health record (EHR) and computerized physician order entry (CPOE) systems to determine its effect on patient care. Serves as a liaison between medical and technical departments and executive leadership.  Provides insight into trends in health informatics and applications that increase efficiency and safety in patient care.

 

From a utilization management perspective, this position facilitates processes for the assessment of clinical appropriateness of patient services across the continuum of care – prospectively, concurrently, and retrospectively - with consideration for severity of illness and intensity of services.

 

Board Chair at Strategic Health Intelligence

December 2011 - Present

 

 

Baptist Leadership Group (BLG) - now Healthstream

 

October 2012  - Present

Physician Coach and speaker on Physician engagement and HCAHPS scores.


Chief Medical Informatics Officer (CMIO) at Baptist Health Care

February 2011 - September 2014

Currently serve as the Chief Medical Informatics Officer (CMIO) at Baptist Health Care, in Pensacola Florida. I am working on the clinical transformation to an all digital healthcare landscape. Besides this, I have projects involving Clinical Decision Support, Telemedicine, quality improvement, Health Information Exchange, standardization of care, and population health management.

 

Emergency Medicine Physician at Baldwin Emergency Physicians

June 2003 - March 2011

 

General Medical Officer at US Navy

1997 - 2000
General Medical Officer (GMO) onboard the USS Austin LPD-4.

 

Education

 

Auburn University, College of Business

MBA, Business Administration, 2006 - 2008


Medical College of Georgia

Emergency Medicine Residency, 2000 - 2003

Activities and Societies: Active in Emergency Ultrasound and completed requirements for the RDMS certification.

 

Portsmouth Naval Hospital

Internship, 1996 - 1997


Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

DO, Medicine, 1992 - 1996
Activities and Societies: Member of Dura Mater.


Auburn University

BS, Chemistry, 1988 - 1992

Physician Engagement

Clinical IT

Physician Coaching

HCAHPS

Health Care Analytics

ED Throughput

HIE


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