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New CIO appointed to Ontario’s south west LHIN

LONDON, Ont. – Glenn Lanteigne (pictured) has been appointed to the position of Chief Information Officer and eHealth Lead at the South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). In his new role, Glenn will provide direct leadership and accountability for the creation and implementation of a shared, LHIN wide eHealth strategic plan for an integrated, aligned, and community-responsive healthcare system.

He will be responsible for electronic and information sharing initiatives to promote, maintain and improve the health status of the community and the patients served.

Glenn has over 18 years of leadership, management, and consulting experience across the entire healthcare continuum with multiple eHealth, telehealth and IM/IT initiatives.

Most recently, Glenn was the Director, Healthcare at TELUS Healthcare Solutions, providing overall strategic leadership for a full range of business and electronic health initiatives in regional care, acute care, community care, primary care, home care, and consumer care.

Glenn also has extensive customer service experience working in healthcare organizations in Ontario as well as across Canada and the USA.

His work has been dedicated to the support and promotion of eHealth as a key enabler in healthcare and draws upon his experience in leadership roles with in the private sector with GE, CLINICARE, Eclipsys and TELUS. Glenn also has nine years experience of public sector experience with the Government of Canada, where he served as an Armoured Corps Officer. 

Glenn graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada with an Honours Degree in Economics and Politics. In addition, he holds an MBA from the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa and a Six Sigma Black Belt certification from GE.

Posted September 9, 2010