Paul Brian Contino

Paul Brian Contino

Guthrie Healthcare System
Vice President, Enterprise Information Management & Analytics

Revenue

650.0m $

Employees

4,6k

Details

Guthrie located in north central Pennsylvania and south central New York, is a non-profit integrated health care delivery system that currently includes four hospitals, more than 295 physicians and 175 advanced practice providers, 34 regional provider offices in 22 communities, home health and home care services, and a research institute. Guthrie manages more than 1,000,000 patient visits a year.

  • February 2017 – present: Vice President, Enterprise Information Management & Analytics of Guthrie
  • August 2016 – present: Board Member of Get Real Health
  • November 2015 – present: Senior Advisory Consultant
  • February 2016 – November 2016: Global CTO of IKS Health
  • April 2011 – October 2015: CTO of NYC Health + Hospitals Corporation
  • May 2011 – November 2011: CIO of NYC Health + Hospitals Corporation
  • January 2008 – January 2011: Chair, Healthcare Council of Smart Card Alliance
  • January 2007 – January 2011: Executive Director of MSETG Mount Sinai Educational Technology Group
  • January 2003 – January 2011: Vice President, Information Technology of Mount Sinai Medical Center
  • July 2000 – October 2003: Director of the Information Technology Development Center (ITDC) of Mount Sinai School of Medicine
  • January 1990 – March 2001: Founder, President and CEO of OMEGA GRAFX, Inc.
  • July 1999 – July 2000: Director of Information Technology and WEB Development at Mount Sinai School of Medicine
  • 2006: Columbia University in the City of New York, CIO Institute
  • 1984 – 1988: City University of New York City College, BS, Biochemistry
  • 1980 – 1984: Bronx High School of Science, Regents Diploma
  • 2017: Healthcare Ambassador, Honored to serve as one of eleven healthcare ambassadors to Fujitsu providing insight and guidance on the healthcare industry and marketplace.
  • 2013: Pilot Health Tech NYC – Judge, Pilot Health Tech NYC provides a total of $1,000,000 in funding to 10 or more innovative pilot projects to take place in New York City. The program seeks to match early-stage health or healthcare technology companies ('innovators'​) with key NYC healthcare service organizations and stakeholders ('hosts'​), including hospitals, physician clinics, payors, pharma companies, nursing associations, major employers and retailers.
  • 2013, 2014, 2015: The New York Digital Health Accelerator Program - Judge and Mentor, a program run by the New York eHealth Collaborative and the Partnership Fund of New York City for early- and growth-stage digital health companies that are developing cutting edge technology products in care coordination, patient engagement and workflow improvement.

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