Keep up with the top comings and goings, the changing roles and faces in the world of healthcare IT with this regularly updated gallery.
Richard Liebowitz, MD, has been appointed president of NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. Liebowitz, NewYork-Presbyterian’s chief medical officer, will take the helm at the hospital on February 6.
After 30 years in several leadership positions at Ascension Health Syatem, Terry Shaw takes the top position.
The move comes after Rush conducted a nationwide search.
Hutton's career in healthcare spans 45 years and includes time spent at St. Joseph's and BayCare Health System.
Indiana University Health, the largest healthcare system in the state, has appointed Mitch Parker to the post of Executive Director of Information Security and Compliance. Parker comes to IU Health from Temple Health, where he served as chief information security officer for eight years. He assumed the IU position in September.
Pediatric hematologist and oncologist, has been charged with growing Boston Children's Hospital reseach enterprise and growing the hospital's precision medicine capabilities.
Embi, an internationally recognized expert in biomedical informatics, will leave his post as interim chair of the Department of Biomedical Informatics and associate dean for research informatics at Ohio State University’s College of Medicine.
Ascension Health promoted Lewis to CIO and senior vice president. He will also serve as CEO for Ascension Information Services, the organization's IT unit.
Esker, who has been with the organization for more than 30 years, accepts the new roll just as the organization prepares to roll out a Cerner EHR system.
Thomas L. Barnett will take the post of CIO at the University of Rochester. Barnett has more than 20 years of experience in building information systems in complex healthcare settings, officials stated in a news release announcing their selection. Part of the vast experience he brings to the job is his work with Epic EHRs at other health systems. URMC is an Epic shop.
Mary O’Dowd joins Rutgers as the academic medical center is embarking on a wide-ranging population health initiative to integrate specialities with more traditional fields.
In addition to IT experience in large healthcare systems, Grosser brings strategic strengths to the job.
In her role at MaineHealth, Dunn will be responsible for IT operations across the system of nine member hospitals and other healthcare providers serving southern, western and central Maine, as well as Carroll County, N.H.
Cerner President Zane Burke said Hurst, currently a senior vice president at Florida Hospital, brings both vision and operational expertise to the software vendor.
The pediatric endocrinologist at Stanford University's Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital is known for his HealthKit pilot study on Type 1 diabetes patients.
Intermountain Healthcare appointed A. Marc Harrison, MD, 52, as its new president and chief executive officer. Harrison will take the post when the current CEO Charles Sorenson, 64, retires on October 15, 2016.
After 18 years of leading health IT innovation at Palo Alto Medical Foundation, part of Sutter Health, headquartered in Sacramento, Calif., Paul Tang, MD, is making his innovation work even bigger, broader and faster by teaming up with IBM Watson.
Jeffrey Carr, formerly the entrepreneur-in-residence – at a Cincinnati startup incubator, is bringing his varied innovation background to bear at Mercy Health, which operates 23 hospitals in Ohio and Kentucky. Read full story.
Valita Fredland is stepping into the triple role of vice president, general counsel and privacy officer at the Indiana Health Information Exchange, the largest health exchange in the country. Read full story.
Patricia Flatley Brennan, a professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and a former practicing nurse with a Ph.D. in industrial engineering, will take the lead as director at the National Library of Medicine. Read full story here.
Andrew Bindman, MD, takes the helm at the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Under the umbrella of the Department of Health and Human Services, AHRQ is charged with finding ways to improve healthcare by making it more accessible, affordable, equitable – and safer. Read full story.
The longtime Intel fellow will be responsible for creating a longitudinal study to more effectively treat disease and ultimately improve health. Dishman also brings experience using precision medicine tactics to beat cancer he fought for 23 years. Read full story.
Population health IT developer Caradigm promoted its chief technology officer Neal Singh the chief executive position. Singh will take over for Michael Simpson, who has led the company since it was founded as a joint venture by Microsoft and GE four years ago. Read full story.
As CMIO, Adam Landman has taken an active role in Partners HealthCare's Epic implementation and is 'experienced in designing early-stage technology innovation.' Read full story.
Mark Lantzy brings more than 20 years experience earned at Gateway Health, Accenture, Aetna, WellCare. Read full story.
Before joining Cerner, Glaser was the longtime vice president and chief information officer at Partners HealthCare. Read full story.
Brown joined Seattle Children's from Lawrence General Hospital in Massachusetts in April 2015, serving as interim CIO. Read full story.
HIMSS appointed Patricia Mechael executive vice president, Personal Connected Health Alliance at HIMSS, effective April 15. Read full story.
Washington most recently served as president and CMIO of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System. Read full story.
Barchi previously served as senior vice president and CIO at Yale New Haven Health System and Yale School of Medicine.