Timothy Stitely has been named chief information officer for the Food and Drug Administration, the federal agency has announced. The appointment is effective today. Stitely comes to the job from the CMS, where he was the director of its information services design and development group. He led the redesign of a legacy IT system that processes 100 million fee-for-service reimbursement claims a month.
Stitely has a masters degree in information technology from the University of Maryland University College in Adelphi. -- by Joseph Conn / HITS staff writer
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