Stephanie L. Reel, Chief Information Officer and Vice Provost for Information Technology for the Johns Hopkins University, and Vice President for Information Services for Johns Hopkins Medicine, received a B.S. in Information Systems Management from the University of Maryland, and an M.B.A. in Business Administration from Loyola College of Baltimore.
As CIO for all divisions of the Johns Hopkins University and Health System, Ms. Reel leads the implementation of the strategic plan and operational redesign for information services, networking, telecommunications, as well as clinical, research, and instructional technologies. She formed a governance structure to support funding and priority setting across both the university and health system to meet the education and research needs of the enterprise.
Ms. Reel has more than twenty-five years experience in Information Systems, working with educators, regulators, researchers, health care providers and payers. Under her direction, Johns Hopkins Medicine is enhancing and advancing the use of the Johns Hopkins Electronic Health Record, in support of patient care, research and medical education.
Also under her direction, the Johns Hopkins University has implemented self-service solutions for faculty, staff and students, leveraging the power of Internet 2 and other emerging technologies to support electronically enhanced education and research.
Ms. Reel has served on the Health I.T. working group of the President’s Council of Advisors, and is a recipient of the National CIO 20/20 Vision Leader Award. She is a member of the Healthcare Information Systems Executive Association, the College of Healthcare Information Systems Executives, the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society, the Healthcare Advisory Council, Educause, and the Inaugural Board of Directors for the National Alliance for Health Information Technology.