New Vice President and Chief Information Officer at St. John’s Riverside Hospital
8/7/2013 8:54 AM
St. John’s Riverside Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Morreale to the position of Vice President and Chief Information Officer. Daniel received his Bachelor Degree from Marist College and a Master of Arts from Long Island University. Daniel brings over 30 years of experience in the field of information systems. He also was appointed by the state Governor to the New Jersey Commission on Health Information Technology, is a Fellow of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, and an active Board Member of the New Jersey Chapter of HIMSS.
Daniel has published numerous articles on Health Information Exchanges, Healthcare Reform, Meaningful Use, Technology Adoption and the physician experience. He previously implemented the first 10-gigabit infrastructure within a hospital setting in the United States, advanced Voice Recognition to improve physician documentation, designed and implemented the first RFID system for integrated patient Identification and medication administration, as well as having launched the first successful Health Exchange in New Jersey with interconnected Physician Practices creating “Virtual Medical Homes.
Daniel’s accolades include the CHIME “INNOVATOR OF THE YEAR “award, the CHIME “COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR” award, recognition by Computerworld Magazine as one of the “PREMIER 100 IT LEADERS,” the “SAFETY NET AWARD” by National Association of Public Hospitals for his advancement of CPOE, as well as the Smithsonian “CENTER OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY HONORS LAUREATE AWARD” for his work on a comprehensive Electronic Health Record.