Chief Information Officer and Associate Dean Stanford Health Care and School of Medicine
Eric has over thirty years of experience in leading hospital operations and information systems
management functions. He is the Chief Information Officer and Associate Dean at Stanford Health Care and School of Medicine. Eric’s responsibilities include all information technology functions, information security and biomedical engineering. Eric’s role is to develop and execute strategies that leverage technology. He also closely collaborates with leaders at the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford University and Stanford Children’s Hospital in the execution of those strategies and to support enterprise technology needs.
Prior to Stanford Health Care, Eric served as the Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the University of Chicago Medicine since 2001. Eric was a member of the Senior Management Group and worked with the UCM Board of Trustees to execute the business strategies of the organization.
Eric has been honored to receive the John E. Gall CIO of the Year award from CHIME/HIMSS and the
Executives Club of Chicago/SIM/AITP CIO of the Year award. He and his team have been recognized with numerous awards including; CIO100, Most Wired, Information Week Elite 100, CHEF Innovation and SIM/AITP Most Effective Team.