HealthShare Exchange Announces Three New Appointments to Board of Trustees

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

 

Philadelphia, PA – December 15, 2020 – HealthShare Exchange (HSX), an industry leader in making electronic patient-care information available to the greater Philadelphia healthcare community, today announced the addition of Joseph P. Bilson, Dr. D’Andre Carpenter and Dr. Don Klingen to its Board of Trustees. As part of the HSX governance team, these new board members will coordinate and oversee the overall direction of HSX’s programs and platforms.

“As the country continues to battle the Coronavirus pandemic, we are bringing together the region’s health systems and healthcare stakeholders to provide secure access to patient medical information and ensure the greatest care for local patients,” said Martin Lupinetti, President & Chief Executive Officer of HealthShare Exchange. “We are proud to welcome Joseph, D’Andre and Don to our Board of Trustees and look forward to collaborating with them as we strive to deliver the highest quality care for our community.”

Joseph P. Bilson is the Chief Executive Officer at Wills Eye Hospital, the oldest continually operating eye-care facility in the United States. During his tenure, Mr. Bilson has led the hospital through aggressive program development and robust financial performance during some of the harshest global economic periods on record. He has also strategically planned and developed a successful network of multi-state ambulatory surgery centers; implemented major projects like Wills on Wheels; oversaw construction of a state-of-the art Diagnostic Testing Center; and launched the Wills Eye Knowledge Portal for online ophthalmic medical education.

Dr. D’Andre Carpenter, DNP, MS-ISM, RN, RN-BC, serves as the Senior Vice President, Enterprise Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (CNIO) & Enterprise Analytics with Jefferson Health, one of the largest Integrated Delivery Health Networks in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He previously served in an Informatics Senior Leadership role at Baylor Scott & White Health in Dallas, TX. 

Dr. Donald Klingen is the Chief Medical Information Officer and a Senior Vice President for Main Line Health, responsible for the enterprise application division of the Information Services and Clinical Informatics departments. Most recently, he served as Main Line Health’s interim Chief Information Officer and coordinated the Main Line Health Information Services department response and system support for the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Klingen also led the launch of Epic across all service lines and locations, as well as the creation of the Clinical Informatics department.

“Our region is very fortunate to have a wide variety of health systems available to local consumers. HealthShare Exchange is enabling secure collaboration and data sharing among the region’s healthcare organizations, which greatly contributes to the quality of care,” said Neil G. Lubarsky, CPA, CGMA, Chair and Treasurer of the HSX Board of Trustees. “We welcome Mr. Bilson and Drs. Carpenter and Klingen to the Board of Trustees and look forward to working with them.”

As a nonprofit, member-driven collaboration of the greater Philadelphia region’s healthcare stakeholders, HSX envisions a trusted community working together to deliver better care to consumers. HealthShare Exchange has more than 400 member organizations and securely delivers electronic patient health information on more than 12 million patients throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. To learn more, visit https://healthshareexchange.org/

 

About HealthShare Exchange

HealthShare Exchange (HSX) is a nonprofit community-directed organization that gathers and makes electronic patient health information available securely at the point of care throughout the Greater Philadelphia/Delaware Valley area’s healthcare ecosystem. HSX links disparate electronic medical record (EMR) systems of hospitals, health systems and healthcare stakeholders across the continuum of care along with the clinical data of healthcare insurers for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. HSX services deliver real-time clinical information to our members, including a patient’s medical history as well as notifications to enable improved outcomes, care coordination and more cost-effective care for over 12 million patients. HSX is a HITRUST certified organization, a PA P3N certified Health Information Organization (HIO), a State of NJ Trusted Data Sharing Organization (TDSO) and is part of the national eHealth Exchange. For more information, visit https://www.healthshareexchange.org/ or follow us on Twitter (@HealthShareExch) and LinkedIn.