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MaineHealth CIO Marcy Dunn Named Among Top 100 Healthcare IT Executives

February 14, 2019

Marcy Dunn, chief information officer for MaineHealth and Maine Medical Center, was named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s 2019 edition of the “100 hospital and health system CIOs to know” annual list.    

Marcy Dunn
Marcy Dunn
Becker’s Hospital Review has named Marcy Dunn, chief information officer for MaineHealth and Maine Medical Center, to its annual “100 hospital and health system CIOs to know” list. The list features executives from across the U.S. who are leading technology and health IT initiatives for large and small healthcare providers.

Dunn began serving in her role in October 2016 and is responsible for leading the MaineHealth Information Technology Division and its Shared Electronic Health Record (SeHR) program. Under her leadership, the 637-bed Maine Medical Center was named one of HealthCare's Most Wired hospitals in 2018.

Dunn has more than 30 years of experience in information technology and systems management in healthcare settings, including holding CIO roles with Episcopal Health Services in Uniondale, N.Y., and Catholic Health Services of Long Island in Melville, N.Y. During her time as CIO of Catholic Health Services, she oversaw an extensive upgrade of the organization’s information systems, including implementation of the EPIC electronic medical records and the Lawson/Info enterprise resource planning platforms.

 


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