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Paul Wilder

New York eHealth Collaborative

Paul Wilder is the Vice President of Product Management at the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC), and serves as Program Director for NYeC’s Regional Extension Center. In his role as Director for NYeC, Paul directs the strategy and execution of initiatives to drive the adoption of health information technology for New York’s healthcare providers in all patient care settings. Together with the Regional Extension Center program in New York City and the NYeC REC serving the remainder of the state, he is confident we will help bring nearly 10,000 primary care providers to Meaningful Use in New York and solidify the state’s status as one of the national leaders in Health IT Adoption and the benefits it brings to providers and patients.

Prior to joining the New York eHealth Collaborative, Paul spent over a decade in healthcare with a focus on information technologies. Back in the 1990s, Paul started his health technology career path as a systems integrator and technical consultant for document management for medical records, a precursor to today’s electronic health records, and digital medical imaging systems. His early technical experience at McKesson and Fujifilm Medical Systems gave him the first-hand knowledge to make a significant impact in later product management and marketing roles at GE Healthcare and Fujifilm Medical Systems. Paul is excited to be able to influence EHR adoption and help transform our healthcare delivery system in New York and nationwide. Paul also speaks regularly on state and nationwide on EHR adoption, Meaningful Use, and technology transformation.

Paul received his Masters of Business Administration from New York University with a concentration in Finance and Operations. Paul also holds two Bachelor Degrees from the University of Pennsylvania – one from the College of Arts and Sciences in Economics, the other from the School of Engineering and Applied Science in Biomedical Science.