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Gerry Lewis

Gerry Lewis, VP of IT Strategy and Business Development, Ascension Health

Gerry Lewis VP of IT Strategy and Business Development, Ascension Health Gerry Lewis currently serves Ascension as Vice President of IT Strategy and Business Development, a role in which he aligns IT capabilities and services to enable and support Ascension’s business and clinical strategies. Gerry provides leadership to support IT strategy development and strategy process management, including account executive duties for designated Ascension subsidiaries and functions. He is also an active member of the Ascension Information Services (AIS) Executive Council and is currently a participant in the Ascension Executive Formation program. Prior to his current role, Gerry served as Regional Chief Information Officer for the former AIS West Region and as CIO for the Seton Healthcare Family in Austin, Texas, and in various leadership roles at Dell, Inc. and Compaq Computer Corporation, and was an analyst with the Central Intelligence Agency. Gerry earned a master’s degree in business administration from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas and a bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin.

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The One-Stop Guide to Patient-Centered Care for Healthcare CIOs

Are you looking to improve how your enterprise delivers Patient Centered Care today? Effective Patient-Centered Care requires accurate, actionable and customizable information accessible to all stakeholders involved in an individual’s care. However, a seamlessly integrated healthcare and wellness ecosystem still feels like a mirage in 2016. But it can be achieved through cohesive software applications […]

How Social Media Monitoring Can Improve Patient Care

The goal of the Healthcare industry has been to create an overall patient experience, one that gets patients to connect with doctors, to monitor their health activity at home and to be informed about their condition and needs. One-third of Americans use social media research health conditions via social media and even make decisions on […]


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