IMO Leadership

Steven H. Rube, MD, FAMIA

Chief Clinical Officer

Dr. Steven Rube joined IMO in 2013 and now serves as the Chief Clinical Officer. He contributes a frontline user’s perspective to IMO’s executive team. He also leads a team of clinicians and non-clinicians designed to take a proactive approach to customer service and sales both in the United States and internationally.

Steven has served as faculty at both Northwestern University and the University of Illinois medical schools. Prior to joining IMO, he practiced family medicine for 15 years in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. He also served as the Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) at a large urban hospital in Chicago. 

Steven attended Case Western Reserve University, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, and Northwestern University family medicine residency program. He is board certified in Clinical Informatics and is a Fellow of The American Medical Informatics Association.

More from Steven Rube

IMO recently surveyed 300 physicians about the challenges and opportunities surrounding medical problem lists. Learn key findings from the survey and discuss the steps providers can take to manage problem lists effectively.
To evolve beyond just improving dictation, ambient AI must understand the words being said. Steven Rube, MD, IMO’s Chief Clinical Officer, explains.
Don’t settle for “good enough” clinical documentation. Learn why robust clinical terminology is key for accurate and seamless clinical data capture.
In this session, executives from Flatiron Health, Intelligent Medical Objects and Oracle share practical tools providers can leverage to make the most of their organization’s data.
Ensuring data quality in healthcare is an important task – yet difficult to accomplish. Our webinar series on data normalization is here to help.
Electronic health records are here to stay, but our approach to EHR workflows must continue to evolve. IMO’s Chief Clinical Officer, Steven Rube, explains.
How the EHR has changed over the years and the work that still needs to be done to improve these tools to better help the clinicians who use them.
IMO’s panel discusses the UK’s need to capture clinical patient data in healthcare with enough granularity to manage their long COVID patient population.
The digital transformation to electronic patient records (EPRs) has value for hospital trusts, but challenges lie ahead.
In the US, structured clinical terminology is integrated into most electronic health records. However, across the pond there is no standard clinical terminology that is widely being used for documentation. This means clinicians must often go directly to code sets such as ICD-10 or SNOMED®* to document clinical encounters. IMO’s Senior Vice President of Global Clinical Services, Steven Rube, MD, takes a look at the reasons for this difference in the capture of patient data from a clinical informatics perspective.
When the medical community encountered the Zika virus outbreak in 2015, IMO was ready to help with new terminology to document the disease. We learned some lessons in that situation – ones that are helping guide our response to the current novel coronavirus pandemic. IMO VP of Global Clinical Services, Steven Rube, MD, explains our past and current responses to these crises, and talks about how what we learned in 2015 is informing our efforts now.