Among other topics, Phil discusses the following issues with Metis Strategy
Phil is the Chief Information Officer at Kaiser Permanente, where he directs the 6,000 employees of the health information technology team. He was recently named one of Computerworld’s 2010 Top 100 Information Technology (IT) Leaders for exceptional technology leadership and effectively managed IT strategies. Since joining Kaiser Permanente in 2007, Phil has been working on using technology to move the not-for-profit health care system toward a vision of real-time, personalized health care for its 8.6 million members. Under Phil’s leadership, the company creates better tools and platforms to deliver smarter, more connected care that is also preventive and affordable.
Phil has served in information technology leadership roles in leading finance companies, including Capital One Financial Group, where he drove the transformation to diversified financial services. He also helped reshape the company’s IT organization to reduce costs and to improve the consistency of delivery for business initiatives, strengthened the management structure, and shortened time to market. As senior vice president and global business executive for JP Morgan, he helped improve the IT function, reinvigorate a strong customer focus, and acquire and retain new business.
Previously, Phil worked at Capital Sourcing Group, Inc., a consulting company he founded to serve Fortune 500 companies and the federal government. He has also held executive internet technology positions and executive positions at American Financial Group, Deutsche Financial Services Corporation, Bankers Trust, and Kidder, Peabody & Co.
Phil earned an MBA from Long Island University and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the New York Institute of Technology.