Scott MacLean, MBA, CHCIO, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, began his career at General Electric and has over 25 years of experience in Information Technology. Mr. MacLean is Deputy CIO and Director of IS Operations for Partners HealthCare in Boston, Massachusetts. He is responsible for much of the core technical infrastructure teams and administration of the Partners Information Systems Department. This includes the voice and data network, data centers, desktop support and Service Desk for many of the Partners Hospitals and affiliated ambulatory practices. He oversees the budget, space, communications and HR needs of a 1500-person department.
Previously, Mr. MacLean was Chief Information Officer at Newton-Wellesley Hospital. While there, he led successful implementations of enterprise fiscal and administrative systems, several construction projects and prepared the hospital for Meaningful Use.
Mr. MacLean was Director of Clinical Systems at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where he was responsible for systems related to patient safety such as physician order entry, electronic medical record, medication administration record and bar coding.
Mr. MacLean was HIMSS Board Chair and has written and spoken on technology in healthcare in the US, Middle East and Asia. He is a Past President of the New England Chapter of HIMSS and has served on the Ambulatory Steering and Foundation Scholarship Committees. He has been an item writer for the CPHIMS exam. Mr. MacLean was a charter member of the IHE-USA Board of Directors and served on an Expert Panel for the National Quality Forum. He has been on the HIMSS Analytics Board of Directors. Mr. MacLean received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University and a MBA in Healthcare Management from Boston University. He lives in Winchester, Massachusetts with his family.