Christopher Ross is the Chief Information Officer at Mayo Clinic. Mr. Ross was formerly the Executive Vice President and General Manager at SureScripts. SureScripts operates an e-prescribing network that connects 60% of doctors, 90%+ of all pharmacies and PBMs, routes 40% of all scripts written in the U.S., provides a medication history for 33% of all patient visits, and manages over 3 billion transactions per year. Prior to that he served as Chief Information Officer for MinuteClinic, the pioneer and largest provider of retail-based healthcare in the U.S. Founded in 2000, and with more than 350 clinics in 24 states, MinuteClinic has seen over 1 million patients with 99% patient satisfaction. At MinuteClinic, Ross is responsible for technology strategy and operations, and clinical and customer service call centers. Prior to joining MinuteClinic, he was CIO for United Behavioral Health, the mental health and substance abuse managed care organization of UnitedHealth Group. Previously he was co-founder and president of an Inc500-listed business technology consulting firm, manager of planning and finance for the State of Minnesota’s technology business, financial analyst for an insurance consulting and portfolio management firm, and senior legislative assistant on the U.S. House Budget Committee. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of Minnesota and MBA degree from the Yale School of Management.