Bill Moran Named Chief Information Officer at The Brooklyn Hospital Center
BROOKLYN, N.Y., Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Bill Moran has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. The announcement was made by Richard B. Becker, M.D, President and CEO.
"Bill Moran's extensive experience will help The Brooklyn Hospital Center build a state-of-the-art healthcare operations and information technology platform to support our goals of keeping Brooklyn healthy and best serving our patients," says Dr. Becker. "We are delighted to have him on board."
Mr. Moran has more than two decades of experience in healthcare technology. Most recently, he served as North America Senior Vice President and Healthcare Practice Principal Executive for Dell Corporation, where he was responsible for oversight of 850 hospital/healthcare systems throughout North America. There, he served as the principal lead on direction and decisions for IT initiatives within Dell's hospital/health system.
Before that, he served as Vice President and CIO for Williamson Medical Center, a 185 acute-care community hospital with $340 million in operating revenue and five ambulatory practices in Nashville, TN. Prior to that, Mr. Moran was SVP/CIO for Wellmont Health System in Kingsport, TN; VP/CIO for McKesson Corporation in Miami, FL and Chief Technology Officer for Dynamic Healthcare Technologies in Lake Mary, FL.
Mr. Moran has received several national healthcare IT awards and in 2008 was recognized as the CIO of the year by Modern Healthcare. He is active with many national IT associations, including the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP); College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME); the National Alliance for Health Information Technology; The Healthcare information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), where he co-authored e-health IT policies; the Office of the National Coordination (ONC) for Health Information Technology; the American Health Information Community (AHIC); the American Hospital Association (AHA); the National Bio-Medicine Institute (Harvard Institute of Research); and the American Healthcare Information Management Association (AHIMA).
Mr. Moran received his master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN; an MBA in MIS/Systems from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL; and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Murray State University in Murray, KY.
Mr. Moran is in the process of relocating to Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Hospital Center:
Founded as the borough's first voluntary hospital, The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) has been keeping Brooklyn healthy since 1845. Today, it is a 464-bed teaching hospital, offering primary and specialized medical care, sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic services, cutting-edge technology, and specialized surgery to nearly 300,000 patients annually. Located in the heart of Brooklyn's downtown revitalization district, TBHC is a member of the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System and the Brooklyn academic and clinical affiliate of Weill Medical College of Cornell University. TBHC has fully accredited, independent residency programs in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, General Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and trains more than 250 physicians each year.
SOURCE The Brooklyn Hospital Center