SR VP AND PLATFORM EVANGELIST, WELL HEALTH
Meg is currently the Platform Evangelist at Well Health.
Previously she was the Chief Executive Officer for Edaris Health where she managed all corporate functions. From 2012-2015 she was with The Advisory Board’s Information Technology Strategy Council where she advised healthcare IT leaders on a broad array of topics with a specific research focus in BI and Analytics.
From 2009 to 2015 she served on the Massachusetts Healthcare IT Council. She was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick.
From 1997 to 2012, she was the Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Boston Medical Center, the teaching affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine. She joined BMC immediately following its creation from a merger of Boston City Hospital and University Hospital and led the IT transformation to a unified architecture and application portfolio. Periodically during her time at BMC she held additional positions as the interim CIO at Quincy Medical Center and the interim CIO at the Boston Public Health Commission (the health department for the City of Boston).
From 1988-1995 she was the Assistant Vice President of IT for Brigham and Women’s Hospital and from 1995-1997 she was the Corporate Director of Clinical Systems for Partner’s Healthcare. She had general responsibilities for the BWH IT department and specific leadership responsibilities for the development and deployment of its nationally renowned CPOE system.
Meg holds a BA from Wheaton College (MA) and an MPH from Boston University.