MORRISTOWN, NJ (Morris County) – Bringing exciting new leadership to its award-winning technology infrastructure, Atlantic Health System is proud to announce Sunil Dadlani has joined the organization as Vice President, Chief Information Officer. Overseeing Information Technology for Atlantic Health, Dadlani will find new ways to continue the system’s use of IT strategies and platforms to support the delivery of extraordinary care and patient experiences and protect online safety through enhanced cyber security.
In his new role, Dadlani will seek to continue the development of Atlantic Health System’s single, electronic medical record, Epic. Seamlessly connecting each of Atlantic Health’s more than 400 sites of care, Epic elevates the health care experience for patients, physicians, nurses and other caregivers by enabling collaboration, improving access to information and enhancing communication.
“I am excited and inspired to join Atlantic Health System’s team at this critical moment in health care,” Dadlani said. “The enthusiastic and successful way Atlantic Health System has embraced technologies like Epic show a commitment to leveraging the power of IT to benefit the lives of patients and providers alike. I look forward to finding new ways to efficiently and effectively help our team deliver the highest-quality care our consumers deserve.”
Dadlani comes to Atlantic Health System from the New York State Department of Health, where he led a massive public sector digital business technology transformation, advancing the delivery of digital health care services to 19 million New Yorkers. Prior to that role, Dadlani served as the Global Head of Enterprise Business Applications and Digital Transformation at Sony.
“Sunil brings a wealth of experience in implementing extremely complex, global information technology strategies and processes, which is to say – he has the ability to tackle hard IT challenges in the name of making things run more smoothly, reliably and efficiently, exactly what today’s health care consumers want,” said Amy Perry, CEO, Hospital Division, Senior Vice President, Integrated Care Delivery, Atlantic Health System. “We are pleased to welcome him to Atlantic Health System and look forward to working side-by-side with him on behalf of our patients, physicians and team members.”
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