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Mr. Paul J. Conocenti

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Senior Vice President and Chief I...

City of Hope incorporated
1500 East Duarte Road
Duarte , California 91010
United States

Company Description: City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, the...   more

Employment History


  • bachelor's degree , mathematics and business
    State University of New York at Albany
  • Master of Business Administration degree
    State University of New York at Albany
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One-on-one With NYU Langone Medical ..., 26 June 2009 [cached]
One-on-one With NYU Langone Medical Center CIO Paul Conocenti, Part III One-on-one With NYU Langone Medical Center CIO Paul Conocenti, Part III | Articles & Archives | Healthcare Informatics
One-on-one With NYU Langone Medical Center CIO Paul Conocenti, Part III In this part of our interview, Conocenti says some very large vendors had the market all wrapped up, then they lost it.
With T&E trimmed, just as it is in all organizations, HCI editors rarely get a chance to interview sources in person. But when our source turns out to be a fellow New Yorker, it's time to take a cab across town for some real one-on-one time. I was lucky enough to do this recently, and have one of my best interviews of the year as a result, when I linked up with NYU Medical Center CIO Paul Conocenti. The result?
CONOCENTI: My thoughts are that the big guys like GE and Siemens are just that, they're really big guys and somehow they have not been able to build software that can compete with these other major vendors.
CONOCENTI: HL7 is a transport mechanism, it'll transport data in a specific format so that the system that gets it knows to take this data, put it here, put it there.
CONOCENTI: The CCD is document sharing with codified data in it, and it's better because it carries some of the metadata associated with the description of what that drug is, so what you could do with that is, because it's all XML-based, you're able to view a document, even though they call this drug X and I call it Y, we're going to put in the description that it's insulin, and they're going to put it as insulin XYZ, they could call it something different, but they carry the description with it.
CONOCENTI: I stay in touch by going to those conferences and being part of some of the committees.
One-on-one With NYU Langone Medical Center CIO Paul Conocenti, Part II
One-on-one With NYU Langone Medical Center CIO Paul Conocenti, Part I
Secure Clinical Data Exchange, 27 Aug 2007 [cached]
"After a comprehensive analysis, the FirstGateways™ product and related services were selected because they provide proven solutions that can support the mandatory requirements of our RHIO, including a federated architecture, where NYCLIX servers will be placed behind the firewalls of each member," said Paul Conocenti, Chair of the NYCLIX Technical Committee and Senior Vice-President, Vice-Dean, and Chief Information Officer at New York University Medical Center.
Healthcare IT Connect, 21 Nov 2011 [cached]
Paul Conocenti
Paul Conocenti, Senior Vice President and Vice Dean, Chief Information Officer, will retain his current titles and responsibilities for all information technology activities for the Medical Center. Mr. Conocenti has already begun the effort to integrate information technology operations for the Hospitals Center and the Medical School, which this reorganization will facilitate. In addition, Mr. Conocenti is the chair of the Technical Sub-Committee of the New York Clinical Information Exchange (NYCLIX), a regional health information organization that serves the hospitals of the New York City area. Mr. Conocenti is an experienced information technology executive with over 30 years of information technology and management experience. Prior to becoming CIO of the NYU Langone Medical Center, Mr. Conocenti headed all hospital system activities for NYU Hospitals Center and the former Mount Sinai NYU Health System, an integrated delivery system comprised of six hospitals (Mount Sinai Medical Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, Rusk Institute, Hospital for Joint Disease, NYU Downtown Hospital, and Mount Sinai Queens Hospital), various care-continuum businesses including Ambulatory Clinic Services, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Ambulatory Cancer Centers, Ambulatory Rehab Centers, Home Care, Faculty Practices, and an MSO of over 800 physicians. The separation of Mount Sinai NYU Health System resulted in the outsourcing of many IT functions, the equitable division of IT components to support the resulting independent entities, and the creation of an enterprise IT group for NYU Hospitals Center. Prior to his tenure in the healthcare industry, Mr. Conocenti spent 25 years in the financial sector. He previously held positions as the Global Head of Risk Management Systems at Credit Suisse First Boston, Deutsche Bank, and Citibank. He also served as Chief Architect for the development, implementation and maintenance of new information systems at both Citibank and Merrill Lynch. Mr. Conocenti earned an MBA in Information Systems and Operation Research at the State University of New York at Albany.
Paul J. ..., 31 Jan 2012 [cached]
Paul J. Conocenti
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Paul J. Conocenti
Chief Information Officer
Paul J. Conocenti Paul J. Conocenti is chief information officer at City of Hope. In this role, he provides leadership and strategic direction for information technology and oversees the evolution and implementation of the information technology strategic plan.
Conocenti has a 30-year history of demonstrated success in informational technology. He joined City of Hope in 2011 from New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center, where he served as senior vice president, vice dean and chief information officer. He was responsible for all information technology products and services at NYU Langone, as well as the NYU School of Medicine and four NYU hospital centers, including the NYU Clinical Cancer Institute.
Prior to NYU Langone, Conocenti served as vice president and chief information architect for Mount Sinai NYU Health System. He also held leadership positions at Citibank, N.A., Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse First Boston and Merrill Lynch, all in New York.
Conocenti holds a Master of Business Administration degree and a bachelor's degree in mathematics and business from the State University of New York at Albany.
Mount Sinai Hospital Transforms Patient Access, 7 Nov 2002 [cached]
"Patients are at the center of everything we do," noted Paul Conocenti, vice president in information technology for The Mount Sinai Hospital."If you can't identify the patient correctly across physician office visits and inpatient hospital visits then you compromise patient care by the virtues of incomplete patient information.This fragmentation of information will minimize the effectiveness of the most advanced clinical systems.If you're not dealing with the most complete and accurate patient data then patient care suffers.The patient is first in our strategic information management plan.Technology solutions are built around the patient and the physicians who provide the patient care.In addition to patient care, patient satisfaction is increased since information does not have to be gathered over and over again during each visit to a new care setting.
This is where the bottom-line meets the front-line and the Cerner CapStone(TM) product has given us the tools to make it happen," concluded Conocenti.
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