As the chief information officer of University of Missouri Health Care, Bryan Bliven focuses on leveraging information technology as a strategic asset. Bryan also serves as the vice president of Tiger Institute for Health Innovation. In this role, he is responsible for initiatives including Innovation, Research Collaboration and Tiger Institute Health Alliance.
In his role as CIO, Bryan and his team are building toward an iconic partnership with the University of Missouri and accelerating the value created. At the Tiger Institute, the goal is to streamline patient care, improve the patient experience and reduce health care costs.
Bryan joined Cerner in 1999 as a delivery consultant. He also has held roles with the company such as foreign system interfaces consultant, support analyst/engineer, support team lead, operations manager, and support executive and manager for Cerner’s North
Atlantic region. In addition, he served on the design team for the U.K. Southern Cluster and was the executive responsible for Cerner’s testing and solution partner programs for the User Experience Team.
During his time at Cerner, Bryan’s leadership has earned many successes including the HIMSS Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence in 2015. MU Health Care has also reached HIMSS Stage 7 across five inpatient facilities and 44 ambulatory clinics. Most recently, University of Missouri Health Care received the American Hospital Association’s “Innovator Award” for MoodTrekTM , an integrated mood tracking app. In addition, University of Missouri Health Care has been named Healthcare’s Most Wired for seven consecutive years.
Bryan is a graduate of University of Iowa and has a Bachelor of Arts in management information systems