Dr. Tina Moen has spent the last 19 years in the healthcare information technology industry providing clinical leadership to colleagues and clients in the US and abroad. Dr. Moen serves as General Manager, IBM Micromedex & Chief Pharmacy Officer within IBM. In this role, Tina leads the Micromedex team providing industry leading clinical decision support for medication, disease, patient education, and toxicology decisions within healthcare organizations around the globe. In her previous role, Dr. Moen led a clinical team working across the Watson Health business to provide clinical leadership and support for strategy and sales. Prior to IBM, she was VP of Client Strategy for Health Language, part of Wolters Kluwer Health. In this role, she collaborated with clients to identify their terminology needs and worked to deliver a solution to "unlock" data and drive semantic interoperability across the enterprise. Previously, Tina worked at Truven Health Analytics in a variety of roles. She served as the VP of Provider Analytics, leading a team of data scientists and researchers responsible for creating/maintaining data and methodologies. As Chief Clinical Officer for the Truven Provider business, Tina was responsible for clinical leadership for the business, ensuring clinical representation for internal and external conversations. Tina led and contributed to a team of clinicians responsible for communicating the value proposition of Micromedex Solutions in domestic and international markets. In addition, she led the Truven editorial staff, who are responsible for creating/maintaining content for evidence-based medicine solutions, including drug, disease, toxicology, patient education and surveillance solutions. Prior to moving into the healthcare information technology industry, she worked as a clinical pharmacist in the areas of pediatrics, home healthcare, HIV, and organ transplantation. Dr. Moen’s clinical experience spans inpatient, outpatient, retail, and mail order specialty pharmacy practice settings. Dr. Moen received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Creighton University.