Health Information Management Working Group

Introduction to the Health Information Management Working Group

Globally the Healthcare Industry is a significant component of any country’s infrastructure. In sheer market size, the health care market in the United States of America is the largest in the world. The size of the market means that there is unequaled purchasing power, demand, and opportunity for innovation. In contrast, by structure, reimbursement systems, regulation, issues of access, and complexity it is one of the most opaque.

The accompanying presentation provides a brief overview of the US market including scope, trends and the resulting impacts on technology and innovation – leading to the growing adoption of cloud based technologies.

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Health Information Management Working Group Leadership

Health Information Management Co-chairs

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Vincent Campitelli

After retiring from McKesson Corporation in 2016, Vince joined the Office of the President within the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). Serving as an Enterprise Security Specialist, Vince supports the vast membership base of CSA in consuming and leveraging the numerous services, tools and expanding scope of research devoted to Cloud Computing. With his background in both the healthcare and financial service industries, Vince actively works with Enterprise Members to apply the rigor of Risk Management and CSA’s precedent setting Framework of best practices and security guidance for Cloud Computing.

At McKesson, Vince was the The VP of Enterprise Risk Management and Security, helping to design and implement Security and Risk Management programs for the Fortune 50 global healthcare leader. Prior to McKesson, Vince was a senior risk and audit executive at Wachovia Corporation subsequently acquired by Wells Fargo Bank.

Prior to Wachovia, Vince worked for several Wall Street firms, focusing on Technology Risk Management and Internal Audit. Vince started his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers, and served as a regional managing partner in New York and Philadelphia.

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Jim Angle

Dr. Angle has over 20 years of experience in multiple areas of IT culminating as the Deputy CIO for an army hospital. He has over 18 years of information security experience in both government service and the private sector. He is currently an Information Security Architect for Trinity Health.

  1. Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC)
  2. Medical device security
  3. Cloud computing in healthcare
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Nathan McBride

Starting his career as a Director of Technology for a prestigious boarding school in Western Massachusetts, Nathan went on to lead an IT Team at Transkaryotic Therapies, start a Research and Development division of IT at Cubist Pharmaceuticals, lead a highly innovative Cloud Architects team as the CIO of AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc and is currently building out a global IT strategy for Orchard Therapeutics. Having supported multiple commercial drug launches, several transformative acquisitions and with expertise ranging across a wide spectrum of technology and business areas, Nathan has developed multiple successful innovative processes to drive business strategy for both the short and long term.

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The Future of Healthcare

The Future of Healthcare

Globally the Healthcare Industry is a significant component of any country’s infrastructure. In sheer market size, the health care market in the United States of America is the largest in the world. The size of the market means that there is unequaled purchasing power, demand, and opportunity for innovation. In contrast, by structure, reimbursement systems, regulation, issues of access, and complexity it is one of the most opaque.

Release Date: 02/04/2019