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.
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.