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Daniel Barchi

Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of NewYork-Presbyterian

Daniel Barchi is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the largest healthcare providers in the US and the university hospital of Columbia and Cornell. He leads a team of more than 700 informatics and technology specialists who deliver the tools and data that physicians and nurses use to deliver acute care and manage population health.

Before joining NewYork-Presbyterian, Daniel was Chief Information Officer of the Yale School of Medicine and Yale-New Haven Health System. In that role he established nation-leading analytics and clinical research technology practices and led a $300 M Electronic Medical Record project. Before joining Yale, he was Senior Vice President and CIO of the $1.4 B Carilion Health System, and led the integration of Carilion’s operations though implementation of Electronic Medical Records at seven hospitals and 140 physician practices.

Daniel was previously President of the Carilion Biomedical Institute and Director of Technology and Engineering for MCI WorldCom. In both roles, he was appointed as CEO, COO, and Chief Restructuring Officer of privately held and venture-backed companies in the healthcare and technology industries. Earlier, Daniel served as MCI's Director of Global Project Management responsible for product deployment in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Daniel began his career as a U.S. Naval officer at sea on guided-missile cruisers. During his service, he was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal, the Southeast Asia Service Medal for Iraq operations in the Red Sea, and the NATO Service Medal for Bosnia operations in the Adriatic Sea.

Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science from Annapolis, the U.S. Naval Academy, and a Master of Engineering Management from Old Dominion University. He is faculty at Yale University, he is a noted national speaker, and he is a marathon runner.

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