Dr. Paul Tibbits, Deputy CIO for
Architecture, Strategy, and Design, Veterans Affairs,
to Keynote OMG Model-Driven Healthcare Summit
Needham, MA, March 17, 2015 - The Object
Management Group® (OMG®) announced today that Paul
Tibbits, M.D., Deputy CIO for Architecture, Strategy and
Design, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, will deliver a
keynote at the Model-Driven Healthcare: The Modernization,
Integration and Innovation Summit at the Hyatt Regency Hotel
on March 25 in Reston, Virginia. This Summit will bring
together thought leaders from government agencies, system
integrators and practitioners to explore how to leverage
Model-Based Systems Engineering to modernize, integrate and
innovate healthcare solutions that span biomedical devices
to healthcare IT.
Dr. Tibbits Bio
In his current position, Dr. Tibbits leads the development
of the IT architecture for the Department of Veteran
Affairs. He was previously inducted into Senior Executive
Service in February 2004 and appointed Deputy Chief
Information Officer for Enterprise Development for the
Department of Veterans Affairs from October 2006 - March
2010. While at the VA, Dr. Tibbits led the Transformation-21
Work Group to set in place the IT organization, processes,
projects, and knowledge management tools necessary to
prepare the VA to operate in the 21st century.
Dr. Tibbits is a graduate of Loyola University New
Orleans, Louisiana, where he earned a B.S. in biology. He
subsequently earned an M.D. from Tulane University School of
Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana.
The registration fee for this event is $199 US. All
interested parties are invited to attend. To view the full
agenda and register, click here.
The Summit is co-located with the Object Management Group
Technical Meeting, which runs from March 23-27.
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