HEALTHCARE SECURITY FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT
Boston, MA - September 11 - 13, 2017
Randy Gaboriault is the chief information officer and senior vice president of Innovation and Strategic Development for Christiana Care Health System.
He is chair of the Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN), the first, state-wide health information exchange in the nation. He is a Board member and treasurer for Tech Impact, a global nonprofit whose mission is to ensure that all nonprofits can use technology to better serve our world. He serves on the advisory board for Safeguard Scientifics, a private equity and venture capital firm focused on health care and technology, and the advisory board for Siemens Health Solutions.
Prior to joining Christiana Care in 2010, Gaboriault was senior vice president, chief information and strategic development officer for Teleflex, a global provider of medical devices. During his tenure, he had responsibility for organizational excellence, logistics and strategic supply chain, and led the organization through $5 billion of global mergers and acquisitions activity.
He has earned many professional distinctions and honors from IT professional associations and journals. Information Week magazine in 2011 listed him as having one of 2011’s “Twenty Great Ideas to Steal” based on a tracking board developed for the Christiana Care Trauma Program. He was a Computerworld Honors Program Laureate and listed among the magazine’s Premier 100 IT Leaders award winner. He also received Computerworld’s “Top Five” recognition. He is a three-time awardee of CIO Magazine’s CIO 100 Award and Becker’s 100 CIOs to Know recognition.
Gaboriault led the IT Department’s efforts that helped Christiana Care win a federal, multimillion-dollar Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Award. He also has been nominated by the HealthTech Research Alliance & Council as “Healthcare Innovator of the Year.”
Gaboriault received a bachelor’s degree from Temple University, Philadelphia and an MS from Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.
Conflicting priorities can complicate the relationship between the CIO and CISO. CIOs must drive business solutions faster than ever. Security, on the other hand, is often perceived as creating obstacles or processes that make a user’s life more difficult.
In this session, the CIO and CISO of a major health system sit down and discuss what it takes to align security, innovation, and business velocity to create a successful partnership.