UT Southwestern has named Marc Milstein as its new vice president of information resources and chief information officer. He replaces Kirk Kirksey, who recently retired.
In his new role, Milstein will integrate information resources with business affairs to create greater efficiencies and value in the system. He will oversee UT Southwestern’s academic, health system, and administration information resources in addition to all central infrastructure, systems, and client services operations. Milstein will work directly with clinical, academic, research, and administrative leaders regarding IT strategic planning and projects.
Milstein most previously served as associate vice chancellor and CIO for the University of Texas system in Austin. There, he planned and implemented UT systemwide IT systems and projects that support academic, research, and administrative operations. He also managed teams at UT developing and building new technology and intellectual property initiatives. Milstein’s experience additionally includes serving as VP for IT/CIO at New York-based Yeshiva University and VP of Information Services at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas.
Arnim Dontes, executive VP for business affairs at UT Southwestern, told D CEO Healthcare in a statement: “With the continued significant growth across all of our mission areas, the importance of outstanding, transformative information technology is only increasing. Milstein brings deep knowledge and experience to both our academic and healthcare enterprises that will allow us to build upon our already strong information resources foundation.”
Milstein earned his bachelor’s degree from Case Western Reserve University and his MBA in systems management from Baldwin-Wallace College in Cleveland, Ohio.