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McCleese, Costin Named to CHIME Board

December 16, 2011

The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) announced the election of members Randy McCleese, CHCIO, and Melinda Costin to its board of trustees.

McCleese is vice president of information services and CIO at St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Kentucky. He has more than 24 years of IS management experience with 16 years in healthcare.

McCleese has been a committed member of CHIME since 1998. He has served on numerous work groups within the organization, including the CHIME membership committee, Fall and Spring Forum planning committees, and CHIME Education Foundation Fundraising committee.

Currently he is an active member of CHIME’s Advocacy Leadership Team and is the StateNet Coordinator for Kentucky. McCleese is also involved with the CHIME Certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO) program, serving as a participant in the item writing process, the passing point panel, item and scenario review group, and most recently the CHCIO Governing Board. He is a Certified Healthcare CIO and is the recipient of the 2009 inaugural CHIME State Advocacy Award.

Costin is a vice president at Baylor Health Care System in Dallas, with over 35 years of healthcare experience.

Costin has been a part of CHIME, as both a Foundation member, and now as a CHIME member for over 10 years. A graduate of the CHIME Healthcare CIO Boot Camp, she has served on both the CHIME membership committee and CHIME Fall Forum Planning committee.

McCleese and Costin, who replace vacant seats left by outgoing board members David Muntz and Lynn Vogel, will begin their three-year terms beginning on Jan. 1, 2012.


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