105 hospital and health system CIOs to know | 2018

Becker's Hospital Review is pleased to release the 2018 edition of the hospital and health system CIOs to know annual list.

The executives featured on this list lead organizations through healthcare's technology revolution as well as oversee EHR installations, new patient portals and telemedicine advancements. Many also oversee IT security and have built robust technology departments and teams. The individuals and institutions featured here have received recognition from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and College of Healthcare Information Management Executives.

The Becker's Hospital Review editorial team accepted nominations for this list and made selections based on editorial research and discretion. Direct questions or comments on this list to Laura Dyrda at ldyrda@beckershealthcare.com.

Note: This list is not an endorsement of included hospitals, health systems or associated providers. Leaders cannot pay for inclusion on this list. Leaders are presented in alphabetical order.

2018 CIOs to Know

Michael Archuleta. Director of IT for Mt. San Rafael Hospital (Trinidad, Colo.). Mr. Archuleta is the director of IT for Mt. San Rafael Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital, overseeing all the organization's IT services, including EMR systems and support technology. [CLICK HERE]

Mary Alice Annecharico, RN. Senior Vice President and CIO of Henry Ford Health System (Detroit). In December 2011, Henry Ford Health System appointed Ms. Annecharico senior vice president and CIO, responsible for strategic planning and integrated delivery system support. [CLICK HERE]

Tom Andriola. Vice President and CIO of University of California Health (Oakland). Mr. Andriola joined University of California Health in 2013 as vice president and systems CIO, responsible for working with campus and healthcare leaders to explore technology and innovation.  [CLICK HERE]

Pamela Arora. Senior Vice President and CIO of Children's Health (Dallas). Ms. Arora joined Children's Health in 2007 after spending more than 30 years in IT. She previously served as the senior vice president and CIO of Worcester, Mass.-based UMass Memorial Health Care and CIO of Dallas-based Perot Systems. [CLICK HERE]

Sameer Badlani, MD. Vice President and Chief Health Information Officer of Sutter Health (Sacramento, Calif.). Dr. Badlani serves as the vice president and chief health information officer for Sutter Health, overseeing enterprise clinical informatics, analytics and data management. [CLICK HERE]

Daniel Barchi. CIO of NewYork-Presbyterian (New York City). Mr. Barchi became CIO of NewYork-Presbyterian on Dec. 1, 2015, taking on responsibility for the health system's IT department. [CLICK HERE]

Gary Barnes. Senior Vice President and CIO of Medical Center Health System (Odessa, Texas). Prior to joining Medical Center Health Systems, Mr. Barnes was a systems analyst at IBM with experience in IT. [CLICK HERE]

Thomas Barnett. University of Rochester (N.Y.) Medical Center. Mr. Barnett leads the IT department for University of Rochester Medical Center, overseeing its IT transformation in clinical services, revenue cycle, data warehousing and analytics, as well as hospital acquisitions and integrations. [CLICK HERE]

David Bensema, MD. CIO of Baptist Health (Louisville, Ky.). Baptist Health named Dr. Bensema, a board-certified internist, CIO in 2014. Dr. Bensema spent 16 years in a Lexington, Ky.-based private practice before joining Baptist Health in 2006 as executive director of physician services for Central Baptist Hospital — later renamed Baptist Health Lexington — and medical director of Baptist Physicians Lexington. [CLICK HERE]

Julie Berry. CIO of Steward Health Care System (Boston). Ms. Berry is the CIO of Steward Health Care System, where she oversees the 36-hospital system's IT department. [CLICK HERE]

Nancy Birschbach. Vice President and CIO of Agnesian HealthCare (Fond du Lac, Wis.). Ms. Birschbach joined Agnesian healthcare in 1998, spending time as information security officer, director of IT and assistant president of IT before being promoted to vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

John Bosco. Senior Vice President and CIO of Northwell Health (Great Neck, N.Y.). As the senior vice president and CIO of Northwell Health, a 23-hospital health system, Mr. Bosco is responsible for aligning the system's technology department and business strategies. [CLICK HERE]

James Brady, PhD. Area CIO of Kaiser Permanente Orange County (Calif.). Mr. Brady spent time as the chief information security officer and director of technical services at Hawaii Health Systems Corp. in Honolulu before joining Kaiser Permanente Orange County as area information officer in 2013. [CLICK HERE]

Russ Branzell. President and CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (Ann Arbor, Mich.). Mr. Branzell is the president and CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and affiliate associations, as well as the executive director of the CHIME Education Foundation and CHIME Foundation. [CLICK HERE]

Geoffrey Brown. Vice President and CIO of Piedmont Healthcare (Atlanta). Mr. Brown has more than 35 years of experience in IT management, consulting and strategic planning. [CLICK HERE]

Jonathan Brown. Vice President and CIO of Mission Health System (Asheville, N.C.). While vice president and CIO of Mission Health, Mr. Brown has implemented a shared EHR across its acute and ambulatory care locations, optimized the EHR for improved caregiver experience and bolstered the system's security through strategic partnerships. [CLICK HERE]

Paul Browne. Senior Vice President of Applied Informatics and CIO of Tenet Healthcare (Dallas). Tenet appointed Mr. Browne CIO in 2012, making him responsible for overseeing leadership and strategic direction of the health system's information technology systems. [CLICK HERE]

Jon Burns. Senior Vice President and CIO of University of Maryland Medical System (Baltimore). Mr. Burns joined University of Maryland Medical System in 2006 and currently serves as senior vice president and CIO. He is responsible for all IT services and strategy for the system's 12 hospitals, as well as supply chain strategies and medical system integration and operations. [CLICK HERE]

Bobbie Byrne, MD. Senior Vice President of Information Systems and CIO of Advocate Health Care (Downers Grove, Ill.). Dr. Byrne served as vice president and CIO of Edward-Elmhurst (Ill.) Healthcare before becoming the senior vice president of information systems and CIO for Advocate Health Care in September 2017. [CLICK HERE]

Kumar Chatani. Executive Vice President and CIO of Mount Sinai Health System (New York City). As the executive vice president and CIO of Mount Sinai Health System, Mr. Chatani oversees around 1,000 employees and manages a budget of $300 million. [CLICK HERE]

Matthew Chambers. CIO of Baylor Scott & White Health (Dallas). In 2014, Baylor Scott & White Health named Mr. Chambers CIO responsible for managing the system's IT infrastructure, programs, security and department staff. [CLICK HERE]

Marc Chasin, MD. Vice President and CIO of St. Luke's Health System (Boise, Idaho). As the vice president and CIO of St. Luke's Health System, Dr. Chasin oversees IT for the system's seven hospitals, children's hospitals and outpatient clinic network. [CLICK HERE]

Zafar Chaudry, MD. Senior Vice President and CIO of Seattle Children's. As senior vice president and CIO of Seattle Children's, Dr. Chaudry leads the hospital's information services division. [CLICK HERE]

Carl Christensen. Senior Vice President and CIO of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare (Chicago) and CIO of Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago). Mr. Christensen joined Northwestern Memorial Faculty Foundation in 2010 to execute several IT infrastructure improvement projects and has since been named vice president of information systems and CIO of Northwestern Memorial Healthcare as well as CIO of Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. [CLICK HERE]

George Conklin. Senior Vice President and CIO of Christus Health (Irving, Texas). Mr. Conklin is responsible for health IT for Christus Health's network spanning four states, two countries and more than 300 locations. [CLICK HERE]

Andy Crowder. Corporate Senior Vice President and CIO of Scripps Health (San Diego). Scripps named Mr. Crowder corporate senior vice president and CIO in 2016, responsible for leading the system's inpatient and ambulatory EHR and revenue cycle platform implementation. [CLICK HERE]

Richard (Dick) Daniels. Executive Vice President and CIO of Kaiser Permanente (Oakland, Calif.). As executive vice president and CIO of Kaiser Permanente, Mr. Daniels oversees IT for 39 hospitals, 600 medical buildings and more than 200,000 employees. [CLICK HERE]

Kristin Darby. CIO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America (Boca Raton, Fla.). Beginning her career in 1994, Ms. Darby has more than 20 years of experience developing and implementing strategic initiatives for large organizations, currently serving as CIO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America. [CLICK HERE]

Bruce Darrow, MD, PhD. Vice President of IT and Chief Medical Information Officer of Mount Sinai Health System (New York City). After serving as interim CMIO for two years, Dr. Darrow was named permanent CMIO of Mount Sinai Health System in May 2014. [CLICK HERE]

Randy Davis. CIO and Vice President of Support Services at CGH Medical Center (Sterling, Ill.). Mr. Davis joined CGH Medical in 1996 after spending more than 30 years as administrator for multispecialty physician group practices, including Sterling (Ill.) Rock Falls Clinic. [CLICK HERE]

Myra Davis. Senior Vice President and CIO of Texas Children's Hospital (Houston). Ms. Davis is senior vice president and CIO of Texas Children's Hospital, where she leads efforts to adapt meaningful technology that will improve the hospital's operational, financial and patient experience. [CLICK HERE]

Jake Dorst. Chief Innovation Officer and CIO of Tahoe Forest Health District (Truckee, Calif.). Mr. Dorst became CIO of Tahoe Forest Health District in 2014 and took on chief innovation officer responsibilities in 2015. [CLICK HERE]

Marcy Dunn. Senior Vice President and CIO of Maine Medical Center and MaineHealth (Portland). In 2016, Ms. Dunn became responsible for MaineHealth's information services division and shared EHR program as the senior vice president and CIO of 637-bed Maine Medical Center and MaineHealth, a 12-member system. [CLICK HERE]

Dee Emon, BSN. Vice President and CIO of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (Winston-Salem, N.C.). Ms. Emon joined Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in 2014 as chief clinical information officer and was promoted to vice president and CIO in April 2015. [CLICK HERE]

Ferdinand Feola. Vice President and CIO of Pocono Medical Center (East Stroudsburg, Pa.). As vice president and CIO of Pocono Medical Center, a nonprofit hospital with around 200 physicians and 1,850 staff members, Mr. Feola is responsible for leading the IT division. [CLICK HERE]

Dave Fiser. Vice President and CIO of Cleveland Clinic Akron (Ohio) General.  In 2009, Mr. Fiser assumed the role of vice president and CIO of Akron General, responsible for the hospital's IT department. [CLICK HERE]

Rick Frederick. CIO of Cottage Hospital (Woodsville, N.H.). Cottage Hospital named Mr. Frederick CIO in 2014, a promotion from his former position as director of the hospital's IT department. [CLICK HERE]

Renee Fosberg. CIO of Emerson Hospital (Concord, Mass.). As CIO of Emerson Hospital, Ms. Fosberg is involved in the hospital's information technology department and efforts. [CLICK HERE]

Shirley Gabriel. Vice President of Information Systems and CIO of University Health Care System (Augusta, Ga.). Ms. Gabriel joined University Health Care System in 2015 and currently serves as vice president of information systems and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Roland Garcia. Senior Vice President and CIO of Baptist Health (Jacksonville, Fla.). Mr. Garcia has established plans and direction for Baptist Health technology investments since he became senior vice president and CIO in 2001. [CLICK HERE]

Indranil (Neal) Ganguly. Vice President and CIO of JFK Health System (Edison, N.J.). Since joining JFK Health System in 2013 as vice president and CIO, Mr. Ganguly has led the hospital through a full application infrastructure replacement to support the shift toward accountable care and population health. [CLICK HERE]

Bill Gillis. CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization (Westwood, Mass.). Mr. Gillis leads IT for the 2,500-physician-member Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization, a value-based physician and hospital network and ACO. [CLICK HERE]

Joy Grosser. CIO of UW Medicine (Seattle). Ms. Grosser became CIO of UW Medicine in November 2017 after spending 20 years in IT senior leadership at Cleveland-based University Hospitals. [CLICK HERE]

John Halamka, MD. CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston) and CIO and Dean for Technology at Harvard Medical School (Boston). Dr. Halamka is the CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and CIO and dean for technology of Harvard Medical School. [CLICK HERE]

Arthur Harvey III. Vice President and CIO of Boston Medical Center. Mr. Harvey is vice president and CIO of the 487-bed nonprofit Boston Medical Center, overseeing IT for the safety net hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Steve Hess. CIO of UCHealth (Aurora, Colo.). Mr. Hess became CIO of Aurora-based University of Colorado Hospital in 2009 and held that role through the organization's 2012 merger with three other systems and the subsequent formation of UCHealth. [CLICK HERE]

David L. House. Vice President and CIO of Baptist Health (Little Rock, Ark.).  Mr. House is the vice president and CIO of Baptist Health, a nine-hospital health system that includes more than 175 access points across Arkansas. [CLICK HERE]

Ross Hurd. CIO of Lake Chelan (Wash.) Community Hospital. Mr. Hurd is the CIO of Lake Chelan Community Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital founded in 1984 to provide care to Chelan residents. [CLICK HERE]

Nazmul Islam. CIO of the Department of Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. As the CIO of the University of Alabama at Birmingham's department of medicine, Mr. Islam is responsible for IT spanning 800 students, 900 residents and 1,400 full-time faculty. [CLICK HERE]

Mark Jacobs. CIO of Delaware Health Information Network (Dover). As the first CIO of Delaware Health Information Network, Mr. Jacobs oversees IT for the statewide health information exchange. [CLICK HERE]

Kyle Johnson. Vice President and CIO of Eastern Maine Healthcare System (Brewer). Ms. Johnson has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, currently serving as the vice president and CIO of Eastern Maine Healthcare System. [CLICK HERE]

Scott Joslyn. Senior Vice President and CIO of MemorialCare Health System (Fountain Valley, Calif.). As the senior vice president and CIO of MemorialCare Health System, Mr. Joslyn oversees the health system's innovation efforts. [CLICK HERE]

Beverly Jordan, MSN, RN. Vice President and Chief Information and Transformation Officer of Baptist Memorial Health Care (Memphis, Tenn.).  As vice president and chief information and transformation officer of Baptist Memorial Health Care, Ms. Jordan was instrumental in planning, developing and implementing systemwide IT through the 2016 merger between Baptist Memorial Health Care and Mississippi Baptist Health Systems. [CLICK HERE]

Mark Kilborn. CIO of Springhill Medical Center (Mobile, Ala.). Mr. Kilborn became the area vice president of Allscripts Professional Services and CIO of Springhill Medical Center in 2000 and has since led the 252-bed hospital's IT initiatives. [CLICK HERE]

Mark Lantzy. Senior Vice President and CIO of Indiana University Health (Indianapolis). Mr. Lantzy became senior vice president and CIO of Indiana University Health in 2016, responsible for the health system's information services. [CLICK HERE]

Ken Lawonn. Senior Vice President and CIO of Sharp Healthcare (San Diego).  As senior vice president and CIO of Sharp HealthCare, Mr. Lawonn leads the health system's IT functions and is responsible for enterprise analytics and cyber functions. [CLICK HERE]

Gerry Lewis. Senior Vice President and CIO of Ascension; CEO of Ascension Information Services (St. Louis). Ascension selected Mr. Lewis to serve as senior vice president and CIO as well as CEO of Ascension Information Services, an organization to provide IT services across Ascension's health system, in 2016. [CLICK HERE]

Philip Loftus, PhD. Senior Vice President and CIO of SSM Health (St. Louis). Dr. Loftus sets the IT and clinical engineering strategy for the 20-hospital SSM Health as senior vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Jonathan Manis. Senior Vice President and CIO of Sutter Health (Sacramento).  As a clinician-turned-IT leader, Mr. Manis brings a unique perspective to his role as senior vice president and CIO of Sutter Health. [CLICK HERE]

Edward Marx. CIO of Cleveland Clinic. Mr. Marx joined Cleveland Clinic as CIO in September 2017, responsible for the health system's IT strategy. [CLICK HERE]

Ed McCallister. Senior Vice President and CIO of UPMC (Pittsburgh, Pa.). Mr. McCallister became senior vice president and CIO of UPMC in 2014 after spending 15 years as director, vice president and CIO of UPMC's insurance services division. [CLICK HERE]

Thomas McGill, MD. Vice President of Quality and Safety and CIO of Butler (Pa.) Health System. An internal medicine and infectious disease physician by training, Dr. McGill joined Butler Health System's medical staff in 1993 and rose through the ranks to his current role as chief quality and safety officer as well as CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Mark McMath. Senior Vice President and CIO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (Memphis, Tenn.). Mr. McMath became the senior vice president and CIO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare in 2015, responsible for providing innovative corporate IT services to the health system's 12,000 associates and 2,000 physicians. [CLICK HERE]

Pamela McNutt. Senior Vice President and CIO of Methodist Health System (Dallas). Ms. McNutt joined Methodist Health System in 1993 and currently serves as the senior vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Michael Mistretta. Vice President and CIO of Virginia Hospital Center (Arlington). Mr. Mistretta has been the vice president and CIO of Virginia Hospital Center since 2015, where he oversees strategy and leadership for the system's IT. [CLICK HERE]

Dana Moore. Senior Vice President and CIO of Children's Hospital Colorado (Aurora). Mr. Moore became senior vice president and CIO of Children's Hospital Colorado in July 2017 after spending more than 30 years in the healthcare financial management field. [CLICK HERE]

Janice Newell. Executive Vice President and CIO of Providence St. Joseph Health (Renton, Wash.). Ms. Newell joined Providence Health & Services in 2012, serving as senior vice president and CIO when the health system merged with St. Joseph Health in 2016. [CLICK HERE]

Daniel Nigrin, MD. Senior Vice President for Information Services and CIO of Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Nigrin is responsible for all clinical, research and administrative IT systems as the senior vice president for information services and CIO of Boston Children's. [CLICK HERE]

Jim Noga. Vice President and CIO of Partners HealthCare (Boston). As vice president and CIO of Partners HealthCare, Mr. Noga is responsible for the health system's IT. [CLICK HERE]

Marty Paslick. Senior Vice President and CIO of HCA Healthcare (Nashville, Tenn.). Mr. Paslick has spent more than 30 years building a career at HCA, currently serving as senior vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Fred Peet. Vice President of IT and CIO of Yuma (Ariz.) Regional Medical Center. Mr. Peet became interim CIO of Yuma Regional Medical Center in April 2015; the hospital brought him on permanently in that capacity a month later. [CLICK HERE]

Keith Perry. CIO of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.). Mr. Perry became CIO of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in 2015, responsible for providing strategic council and IT leadership. [CLICK HERE]

Audrius Polikaitis, PhD. CIO of University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System (Chicago). As the CIO for UI Hospital & Health Sciences System, Mr. Polikaitis is responsible for the system's IT and medical records. [CLICK HERE]

Marc Probst. Vice President and CIO of Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City). Mr. Probst is the vice president and CIO of Intermountain Healthcare. [CLICK HERE]

Shafiq Rab, MD. CIO of Rush University Medical Center (Chicago). Rush University Medical Center named Dr. Rab senior vice president and CIO in December 2016, and he officially assumed the position on Jan. 9, 2017. [CLICK HERE]

Jayashree Raman. Vice President and CIO of Cooper University Health Care (Camden, N.J.). Ms. Raman provides strategic leadership and planning for Cooper University Health Care's IT infrastructure, aimed at improving patient care, safety and engagement. [CLICK HERE]

David Rapp. Vice President of Supply Chain and CIO of Wheeling (W.Va.) Hospital. Mr. Rapp joined Wheeling Hospital in 2006 and currently serves as vice president of supply chain and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Stephanie Reel. Vice President for Information Services and CIO of Johns Hopkins University and Health System (Baltimore). Ms. Reel oversees IT all divisions of Johns Hopkins University and Health System as CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Bert Robles. Executive Vice President and CIO of Guthrie (Sayre, Pa.). Guthrie named Mr. Robles CIO in 2015, responsible for overseeing the health system's strategic goals, policies and procedures for the IT division. [CLICK HERE]

Andrew Rosenberg, MD. CIO of Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor). As CIO of Michigan Medicine, Dr. Rosenberg is responsible for planning and executing the creation of a single IT and services organization for the health system. [CLICK HERE]

Cris Ross. CIO of Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.). As the CIO of Mayo Clinic, Mr. Ross oversees systemwide IT, which covers care for around 1.3 million people from 50 states and 137 countries. [CLICK HERE]

Robin Sarkar, PhD. Assistant Vice President, Information Systems and CIO of Lakeland Health (St. Joseph, Mich.). Dr. Sarkar serves as assistant vice president of information systems and CIO of Lakeland Health, where he oversees the IT department. [CLICK HERE]

Katherine Schneider, MD. President and CEO of Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization (Villanova, Pa.). Dr. Schneider became president and CEO of Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization in 2014, responsible for providing strategic direction, leadership and ongoing administration to the ACO. [CLICK HERE]

Manish Shah. Senior Vice President and CIO of Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn.). Mr. Shah is the senior vice president and CIO of Community Health Systems, an organization he joined in 2013 as deputy CIO. [CLICK HERE]

William Showalter. CIO of UC Davis Health (Sacramento). Mr. Showalter is the CIO of UC Davis Health, overseeing the system's information and telecommunications technology. [CLICK HERE]

Preston Simons. CIO of Aurora Health Care (Milwaukee). Aurora Health Care appointed Mr. Simons CIO in October 2015, making him responsible for leading the health systems technology and innovative IT platforms. [CLICK HERE]

Laura Smith. Vice President and CIO of UnityPoint Health (West Des Moines, Iowa). Ms. Smith became vice president and CIO of UnityPoint Health in 2016 and in the past year has launched a supply chain management software stabilization upgrade and EMR optimization initiative. [CLICK HERE]

Ryan Smith. Senior Vice President of Information Technology and CIO of Banner Health (Phoenix). Mr. Smith joined Banner Health in 2013 as CIO, responsible for leading efforts to develop and implement key technologies. [CLICK HERE] 

Steven Smith. CIO of NorthShore University HealthSystem (Evanston, Ill.). As CIO of NorthShore University HealthSystem, Mr. Smith oversees IT for the system's four hospitals and 900-physician multispecialty group practice. [CLICK HERE]

Thomas Stafford. Vice President and CIO of Halifax Health (Daytona Beach, Fla.). Mr. Stafford has logged several accomplishments as vice president and CIO of Halifax Health, overseeing a period of unprecedented change and growth in healthcare technology at the hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Brent Snyder. Executive Vice President and CIO of Adventist Health System (Altamonte Springs, Fla.). Mr. Snyder serves as executive vice president and CIO of Adventist Health System, responsible for the system's data security direction, analytics and IT systems. [CLICK HERE] 

Subra Sripada. Executive Vice President, Chief Transformation Officer and System CIO of Beaumont Health (Royal Oak, Mich.). Mr. Sripada joined Beaumont Health in 2008 as the associate CIO and advanced to vice president and CIO before being promoted to his current role as executive vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE] 

Brian Sterud. CIO of Faith Regional Health Services (Norfolk, Neb.). Mr. Streud became CIO of Faith Regional Health Services in 2012 after spending time as director of information management at Brookings (S.D.) Health System. [CLICK HERE] 

Joey Sudomir. Senior Vice President of Innovative Technology Solutions and CIO of Texas Health Resources (Arlington). Mr. Sudomir is the senior vice president and CIO for Texas Health Resources, responsible for the system's IT activities. [CLICK HERE]

Sean C. Tuley. Senior Vice President and CIO of LifePoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn.). Mr. Tuley has more than 20 years of experience in business and organizational leadership to draw on as senior vice president and CIO of LifePoint Health. [CLICK HERE]

Phyllis Teater. Associate Vice President and CIO of The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center (Columbus). Ms. Teater is the associate vice president and CIO of The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. [CLICK HERE] 

Brian Tew. Vice President of Professional Services and CIO of Greater Hudson Valley Health System (Middletown, N.Y.). During his time as vice president of professional services and CIO of Greater Hudson Valley Health System, Mr. Tew has overseen systemwide IT communications, professional services and ancillary systems. [CLICK HERE] 

Tim Thompson. Senior Vice President and CIO of BayCare Health System (Clearwater, Fla.). Mr. Thompson joined BayCare Health System in 2010 after spending time as senior vice president and CIO of Houston-based Methodist Health System. [CLICK HERE] 

Jim Veline. Senior Vice President and CIO of Avera Health (Sioux Falls, S.D.). As the senior vice president and CIO of Avera Health, Mr. Veline is responsible for the health system's IT services, which reach more than 16,000 employees and 900 employed physicians. [CLICK HERE] 

Joel Vengco. Vice President and CIO of Baystate Health (Springfield, Mass.). Mr. Vengco joined Baystate Health in 2012 as senior vice president of informatics and technology and CIO. [CLICK HERE] 

John Ward. Senior Vice President and CIO of TriHealth (Cincinnati). TriHealth named Mr. Ward CIO in 2015, responsible for leading corporate strategy for information services. [CLICK HERE]

David Weiss. Senior Vice President and CIO of BJC HealthCare (St. Louis). Mr. Weiss is responsible for planning, developing and supporting IT initiatives as well as telecommunications for BJC HealthCare as senior vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE] 

Deanna Wise. Executive Vice President and CIO of Dignity Health (San Francisco). As the executive vice president and CIO of Dignity Health, Ms. Wise is responsible for the 39-hospital system's IT functions, spanning 60,000 caregivers. [CLICK HERE] 

Eric Yablonka. CIO of Stanford (Calif.) Health Care. Mr. Yablonka spent 16 years with the University of Chicago before joining Stanford Health Care as CIO in 2017. [CLICK HERE]

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