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Penn Medicine Names New VP/CIO

April 18, 2008
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Michael Restuccia has been appointed vice president and CIO for Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine, which comprises the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania Health System.

Most recently, Restuccia served as the interim CIO for the University of Pennsylvania Health System Information Services. While in that role, he completed a restructuring of the outsourced relationship with CSC and the continued roll-out of Epic as the ambulatory care EMR, and made progress in data warehousing methods.

Prior to joining the University of Pennsylvania Health System, Restuccia was the interim CIO of Phoenixville Hospital and Doylestown Hospital and was a consultant with First Consulting Group, SMS and NASA.

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