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Senior Vice President, Innovation and Technology

John has more than thirty-five years of experience as a healthcare CIO, consulting services executive, and as an executive with large healthcare solution companies. Prior to joining HCI, John worked as a National Practice Leader – US Healthcare for a large data storage and software organization.  John was responsible for cultivating C-level executive relationships, understanding emerging requirements, and collaborating with development teams to ensure solutions that met market-driven operational, scalability and cost efficiency requirements.

As a CIO, John worked with St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center, McLaren Health Care Corporation, and The Emory Clinic, where he also served as Director of Medical Informatics for the Emory Healthcare System.  John served as a member of the Board of Directors for NYC-based HIE: NYCLIX. As a consulting services executive, he worked with Dell Services, Deloitte Consulting, and EMR Transitions.  Serving the clinical applications space, John has worked with Siemens as Project Director and was SVP at McKesson.

Additionally, John worked closely with Cerner, where he led the partnership to develop the first multi-hospital CDR. John is highly-skilled in Healthcare Analytics, EMR and Medical Imaging applications, and infrastructure requirements.  While at McLaren, his team was the first healthcare organization to take medical records paperless in a multi-hospital system. 

He is a keynote speaker at National and Regional healthcare conferences and frequently presents at large, international healthcare events. At HCI, John manages the CXO Innovation and Technology Solutions division.

“HCI provided the technical expertise and leadership necessary for us to tackle our critical medication reconciliation issues in the midst of other competing priorities. Without the focus they brought to this project, we would not have progressed as rapidly or successfully as we did.”
—Dr. Louis Penrod, CMIO, Baptist Health

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