Stormont Vail Health Elevates Importance of Technology
Stormont Vail Health announced that Judy Corzine, administrative director and chief information officer, Information Systems, has been promoted to the role of vice president, chief information officer.
“Information technology touches every member of our team and every patient we serve,” said Robert Langland, CPA, senior vice president and chief financial officer. “Judy has consistently demonstrated strong leadership skills and we look forward to having her work alongside the operating committee as we continue to support the strategic goals of the organization.”
Corzine began working for Stormont Vail in January 2001 as the director of applications. In 2003, she took on a new role as director of Information Technology, and in 2008 was promoted to administrative director of Information Technology and chief information officer. During her tenure, she has facilitated large projects for the health system including contracting with and implementing the organization’s use of EPIC, the electronic medical record system. She has been instrumental in executing solutions to make the health system more secure and to improve workflow. She also received the Stormont Vail Foundation’s Clyde Clifton Leadership award in 2008.
“I appreciate the direction that our health system is taking by recognizing the importance of keeping our team and patient information safe as well as our goal to use technology to provide better health services to our community,” Corzine said.
As vice president and chief information officer, Corzine will be responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures for information technology, technical application and programming support of clinical and financial data. She will lead the development and deployment of strategic information systems throughout the health system.