As Chief Information Officer for MANA, John Jordin monitors the interactions of business operations for the 17 clinics and manages the Information Systems Department including the implementation of electronic medical records and medical practice software.
Leading MANA into the next century of technology, Jordin creates more efficient medical practices resulting in better care for Northwest Arkansas patients.
Jordin was a principal in the formation of MANA in 2000 and served as administrator of FirstCare Family Doctors, one of the initiating physician practices. John is a native of Arkansas, reared in Little Rock. He received his bachelor of science in business administration in public administration from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and his master’s degree in health service administration from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock.
Jordin is a state and national member of the Medical Group Management Association. He is an active member of Cross Pointe Community Church in Tontitown. His wife Marsha is a nurse at Springdale Public Schools and they have a son, Graham.