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medical officer

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See Chief Medical Officer.

Military medicine
An officer who holds a commission in the Medical Corps of the Army Medical Department.
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Dr Keel has held the post of Deputy Chief Medical Officer since 1999, after joining the then Scottish Office Department of Health in 1992.
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Taylor, MD, MSHA, CPE, FACPE, is the chief medical officer of High Point Regional Health System, a position he's held since 2004.
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Leider, MD, MBA, FACPE is the chief medical officer of XLHealth, a rapidly growing national disease management firm specializing in diabetes, cardiac disease and chronic renal disease.
Prior to joining Ascension Health, Rose was vice president and chief medical officer at Cerner Corporation, where he focused on the challenges and benefits of information-based global health care transformation.
Fred Hosler, senior vice president and chief medical officer at Alegent Health and Michael O'Neil, vice president of strategic initiatives with HealthSpring provide inside details on how their organizations have engaged physicians in PFP programs.
Hanks, MD, MMM, is senior vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer for the Central Connecticut Health Alliance (CCHA) in New Britain, Conn.

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