Dr. Mike Muin

Michael Hussin B. Muin, MD, is a Medical Doctor and a Health Informatics Professional with over 13 years working experience in the field of Healthcare IT. He has served as a Medical Informatics Consultant for St. Luke’s Medical Center and as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of The Medical City group of hospitals and clinics. He is currently the CIO of Healthway Medical Clinics.

Mike received his medical degree from the University of the Philippines College of Medicine. After 3 years of general practice, he took on the job of Project Manager and Medical Director for Asia-Pacific Operations for Sacramento-based Ehealthline, Inc., where he handled healthcare information system implementations in the Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia. He later taught Clinical Anatomy and Medical Informatics at College of Medicine of the Lyceum-Northwestern University. He also worked as the technology consultant of a healthcare non-governmental organization that implemented web-based medical applications for e-learning and health research.

In 2006, he completed his 2-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Medical Informatics at the US National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland. His researches included information retrieval systems, human-computer interaction, interactive web-based medical applications, handheld computers and mobile phone technologies including SMS and MMS.

Upon his return to the Philippines in 2007, he served as Medical Informatics Consultant for St. Luke’s Medical Center. His work involved long-term strategic planning for 2 major hospitals and project management of different clinical applications including the direction, design and development of the new integrated hospital information system, the implementation and development of ancillary systems, and the integration of clinical applications using HL7 and open source technologies.

In 2010, he became the first Chief Information Officer (CIO) of The Medical City group of hospitals and clinics. He led and directed development of administrative and clinical applications including clinical system integration, improved collaborative systems, clinical data repositories, patient registries and the hospital electronic medical record (EMR).

In 2013, he started an independent Health IT consulting practice in 2014 where he worked with different hospitals for their Clinical IT Road Map and with various software vendors in the development and design of their EMR products.

In 2016, he became the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Healthway Medical Clinics.