Bainbridge Island, Wash., January 26, 2023 — Health Systems Informatics has welcomed Money Atwal, CFO for The Queen’s Health Systems’ North Hawaii Community Hospital and Molokai General Hospital facilities, to its Advisory Board.
Mr. Atwal brings a vast range of health IT and leadership experience having served in various health systems as CFO and CIO leading multiple EHR implementations while achieving HIMSS Stage 6 and 7 and being awarded the HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award of Excellence. Additionally, he has received recognition from both Becker’s Hospital Review and CIO Magazine for his work as a CIO in healthcare.
Scott Generazo, HSi’s Executive Vice President, affirms, “We are excited that Money will be joining our Advisory Board. His background as a CIO and CFO gives him unique insights into many challenges our industry faces not just from an IT perspective, but an operational one as well. We look forward to tapping into his extensive knowledge as we grow in 2023 and beyond.”
HSi leans into its network of key players in the industry and a strong advisory board to ensure it continues to remain adaptive and knowledgeable in the rapidly changing healthcare industry. Partnering with the members of the HSi Advisory Board strengthens the organizational vision and execution of service delivery as HSi continues to offer and ensure valuable client outcomes.
“I am grateful and humbled to be joining the HSi Advisory Board. I look forward to partnering with the HSi Leadership Team in hopes to further elevate and offer guidance to the organization,” Atwal shares.
HSi President, Stephanie Hojan expands, “Working with Money for many years, he has watched the evolution of our organization. To now have him providing direct feedback as part of our Advisory Board is a wonderful addition with his first-hand knowledge as an HSi customer and friend.”
Now in its 12th year, Health Systems Informatics provides affordable, IT consulting services to a diverse healthcare clientele across the United States. HSi is built on a foundation of robust, diverse, healthcare talent and a “clients as partners” business philosophy. With expertise both wide and deep, consultants meet an array of needs such as strategic services, vendor selection management and support, clinical informatics, data and analytics, EHR implementation and support, system and process optimization, meaningful use strategy and execution, project and change management, and legacy system support.