Andy Crowder is the Chief Information and Analytics Officer for Atrium Health.
Today, following an extensive national search, Atrium Health announces Andy Crowder as its new senior vice president and chief information and analytics officer. Crowder will begin his position with Atrium Health on July 15.
“We are thrilled to have Andy join the Atrium Health family,” said Anthony DeFurio, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Atrium Health. “As information and analytics play an increasingly vital role in caring for our patients, we are fortunate to have an innovative and forward-thinking leader like Andy join us to advance our mission.”
An industry veteran and well-respected thought leader, Crowder most recently served as the corporate senior vice president and chief information officer for Scripps Health, a nonprofit healthcare system based in San Diego, California. At Scripps Health, Crowder focused on enhancing the utilization of advanced analytics to improve care delivery and enabling virtual care services to improve customer access and convenience.
Prior to joining Scripps Health, Crowder served as the senior vice president and chief information officer for Maine Health, the largest healthcare organization in Maine and a leading healthcare provider serving northern New Hampshire. Maine Health is recognized as one of the nation’s top integrated healthcare delivery networks.
Formerly, Crowder served as senior vice president and chief information officer for Florida Hospital, one of America’s largest hospitals, where he led the enterprise deployment of Cerner in the acute and ambulatory settings. In addition to overseeing information technology and enterprise analytics, he oversaw performance improvement and shared services functions including biomedical, facilities, construction, environmental and nutritional services. Before serving as the senior vice president and chief information officer, Andy held the position of vice president and chief technology officer for several years.