MaineHealth names CIO

Portland-based MaineHealth has tapped Marcy Dunnto lead its IT efforts.

Ms. Dunn, who is senior vice president and CIO of Catholic Health Services of Long Island in Melville, N.Y, will join MaineHealth this fall as senior vice president and CIO, according to the system. She replaces Andrew Crowder, who left MaineHealth in January to take a role with a healthcare system in California.

In her new role, Ms. Dunn will be responsible for IT operations across MaineHealth's system of nine member hospitals and other healthcare providers serving southern, western and central Maine, as well as Carroll County, N.H.

Ms. Dunn has more than three decades of healthcare experience. Her previous roles include director of information services and later CIO of Episcopal Health Services in Uniondale, N.Y. She joined Catholic Health Services in 2001 as director of applications. In 2004, she assumed the role of senior vice president and CIO for the system.

Her appointment at MaineHealth comes as the system is in the process of adopting Epic's EHR.

 

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