Manish Naik, MD

Chief Medical Information Officer | Associate Chief of Internal Medicine


Manish M. Naik, MD, joined ARC in 1996. He has served as Associate Chief of ARC Internal Medicine since 2011 and Chief Medical Information Officer since 2014. He was named Chief Medical Officer in June, 2021, providing leadership to ARC physicians and clinicians. Under his leadership, ARC continues to explore new technologies that allow physicians to optimize clinical and administrative work flows for better physician wellness and patient care. He serves as Chairman of the ARC Executive Board and is a member of the ARC Clinical Quality Committee.

I chose medicine because I like interacting with people, and I still believe in the concept of “my doctor.” I believe in taking care of the whole person through a team approach between doctor and patient. I believe that a healthy mind helps lead to a healthy body. In my role as CMIO, I strive to leverage technology to improve the delivery of health care and help patients navigate the complex healthcare system.

Credentials

  • Board Certifications

    Internal Medicine

  • Residency

    Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, 1996

  • Education

    MD, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri, 1992

  • Memberships & Awards

    Austin’s Top Doctors 2021, Austin Monthly
    Board Member, America’s Physician Groups
    Compassionate Doctor Recognition, 2014, vitals.com
    Patient’s Choice Award, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, vitals.com

  • Professional Positions & Honors

    ARC Chief Medical Information Officer
    ARC Chief Medical Officer
    Associate Chief, ARC Internal Medicine Department
    Chair, Central Texas Health Information Collaborative
    Chairman, ARC Executive Board
    Member, ARC Clinical Quality Committee
    Member, Texas Medical Association HIT Committee
    Member, Travis County Medical Society