Nancy Birschbach joined Agnesian HealthCare in 1998 and has progressively served Agnesian in many IT roles including operations, Systems Analysis, Information Security Officer, Director of Information Technology, AVP, Information Technology, and most recently System Vice President and Chief Information Officer. Birschbach’ s team was recognized as a Health Information Technology News 2015 Best Hospital IT Department (large) award winner. Birschbach is an innovative healthcare executive with extensive IT experience spanning a career of over 20 years. Expertise in organizational transformation via alignment of strategic imperatives to operational initiatives provides the foundation for Birschbach’s success. Birschbach is skilled in business partnership relationship management, strategic visioning, organizational development and operational excellence.
Birschbach holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration from Marian University, a Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership and Quality from Marian University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Leadership Studies. She is among elite Information Security Professionals having achieved the gold standard of Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP). Birschbach health care leadership capabilities are evidenced by the HIMSS Certified Professional in Health Information Systems (CPHIMS) and CHIME Certified Healthcare Chief Information Officer designations (CHCIO).
Birschbach serves on the HIMSS HIT-UX committee, Wisconsin Diaryland HIMSS Board Development committee, and the Dean’s Advisory Council for the School of Business at Marian University. In 2015 Becker's Hospital Review named Birschbach to its annual list of 130 women hospital and health system leaders to know.
Birschbach serves Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Fond du Lac Board County as immediate Past President. Nancy and her husband, Norm, live in Fond du Lac, WI and has two adult sons, Shane and Justin.
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