John joined the organization in 2014 and brings over 20 years of real-world experience in the Information Technology field. His extensive knowledge expands to all facets of Information Technology which includes server and virtualization management, database design and management, networking and security along with programming and scripting in multiple languages. Before joining The Wright Center for Community Health as Chief Information Officer and The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education as Vice President for Information Technology and Innovation, John gained diversified experience in higher education, government, and private sectors.
As The Wright Center for Community Health’s Chief Information Officer, John oversees the development, implementation and use of IT throughout the organization, working closely with the Executive Team and end users to assess and address the organization’s IT needs. Both at The Wright Center for Community Health and in previous organizations, John has successfully designed, implemented, and troubleshot numerous networks of varying complexities and technologies.
Notably, in his time at The Wright Center for Community Health, John was integral to the development and implementation of proprietary IT technology including the organization’s PACE Cards and Plan, Do, Study, Act Management Tool – both continuous improvement technologies. In addition, John led the development of an internally-developed safety/risk occurrence reporting tool that allows all staff – both clinical and administrative – to report and mitigate risk across all venues staffed by The Wright Center for Community Health.
John is certified by Microsoft as an IT Professional Enterprise and Server Administrator and Technology Specialist. Outside of The Wright Center for Community Health, John is actively involved in the local community and serves as the Vice President of and Coach for the Lakeland Youth Soccer Association, Coach for Lakeland and Dunmore Indoor Recreation Soccer Leagues, and Coach for Greenfield Township Baseball Association.