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Pasadena’s Huntington Hospital Names New CIO

March 2, 2018
by David Raths
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Scott Groom joins Huntington from N.Y.’s Basset Healthcare Network

Huntington Hospital, a 619-bed nonprofit hospital in Pasadena, Calif., has named Scott Groom its new senior vice president and chief information officer.

Groom joins Huntington Hospital from New York-based, Bassett Healthcare Network, an integrated delivery network and academic medical center comprised of an integrated medical group of 500 providers, six hospitals, and 60 outpatient, long-term care and specialty centers.

As network vice president for Bassett, Groom led long-range strategic planning process and rapid cycle implementations of EHR, revenue cycle, enterprise resource planning and data analytics solutions.

He also was involved in the development of strategies for care coordination/population management programs, including startup efforts for CMS accountable care organizations (ACO), bundled payments, and the New York State Medicaid delivery system reform incentive payment programs (DSRIP).

Prior to Bassett, Groom served as corporate vice president and chief information officer for Marshall University Health System-based Cabell Hospital in Huntington, W.V, and Baptist Health System of Mississippi. His previous experience also includes leadership in Fortune 500 software, services and management consulting.



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