Keley John Booth, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Keley John Booth’s focus is on the passionate pursuit of innovation and enhancement of perioperative healthcare delivery. Utilizing his distinctive combination of leadership skills, background in technology integration, and perioperative clinical care specialization, Dr. Booth is achieving fundamental transformation in perioperative care delivery. He is a uniquely valuable partner for those hospitals and healthcare organizations with which he is engaged.

Keley Booth was inspired to pursue a medical career after suffering a serious football injury that left his left arm temporarily paralyzed while in his early teens. This first-hand experience served to set him on a path of deep appreciation of the medical field that continues to inspire him in the care of his patients today.

Early in his training, Dr. Booth applied his technology talents in promoting the adoption of clinical handheld computing as Co-Founder of Handheldmed while still a medical student. Providing independent consultant support, Booth subsequently worked with firms in the continued development of clinical mobile computing applications as well as web-based clinical medical applications.

Dr. Booth is a board certified diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology and completed his medical training and residency with the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City.

Following the formation of the anesthesia practice management firm Advanced Perioperative Services in 2006; Booth has served as Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology with Integris Health Southwest Medical Center. Now in his sixth year in this role, his leadership has resulted in the perioperative department achieving national recognition from the VHA, Inc. as a “Leading Practice” performer in perioperative efficiency.

In 2011, Dr. Booth was directly involved in the successful coordination and opening of a new, state-of-the-art, full service Integris Health hospital and perioperative department in Edmond, OK. He is also Chief Medical Consultant for Surgery Logistics consulting group , focused on the integration of perioperative technology and enhancement of perioperative care delivery logistics.

Most recently, Dr. Booth was nominated to the RFID in Healthcare Consortium Advisory Committee and currently serves as the Vice President of Perioperative Clinical Care. Developing the approximately 11,000 square foot Intelligent Hospital Pavilion and Operating Room at HIMSS 2012 are among his focuses with the consortium.

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