Meghan Bisping has assumed the role of interim Chief Information Officer for Pipeline Health, effectively immediately.
Pipeline CEO Andrei Soran made the announcement today following CIO Steve Garske’s decision to assume a consulting role for Pipeline for personal reasons. Garske will depart June 6.
Garske joined Pipeline Health as Chief Information Officer in July. “In less than a year, Steve has made significant contributions across our health system, utilizing both his deep knowledge of healthcare IT systems and his keen leadership skills. We are grateful to Steve for his service,” Soran wrote in a memorandum to all Pipeline employees.
Bisping brings a deep knowledge of IT systems to her role, along with 12 years’ experience in clinical care as a physical therapist. She joined the Pipeline corporate IT team in February as Chief Clinical Informatics Officer. In that role she has had a wide scope of responsibility for overseeing all aspects of clinical, departmental and revenue cycle information systems to ensure optimal operations and service delivery.
Bisping and her team will continue to enhance the functionality of Cerner and all its facets. She will supervise additional enhancements to our security protocols, migration to cloud and innovation adoption.
Prior to serving in that role, Bisping held the position of Director of Clinical Informatics for Pipeline’s Chicago market. Before that she worked at West Suburban Medical Center as Director of Rehabilitation and then as interim Director of Operations at West Sub’s River Forest Campus.
She earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise science and a doctorate of physical therapy degree, both from Marquette University.
–May 19, 2022