Quincy (Mass.) Medical Center has named Daniel ONeil as the hospitals new chief information officer. ONeil, 41, has more than 19 years of experience in healthcare information technology, and healthcare provider and vendor operations, according to an announcement from Quincy Medical Center about his new role.
Most recently, ONeil served as vice president of information systems at the Caritas Christi Health Care System. He also worked for IDX Systems, the South Burlington, Vt.-based company that was acquired by GE Healthcare in early 2006, and Westwood, Mass.-based Medical Information Technology, or Meditech.
ONeil has a bachelors degree in engineering science from Tufts University, an MBA from Boston College, and a masters degree in healthcare administration from Framingham State College.
Quincy Medical Center is a 130-bed, acute-care community-teaching hospital. In 1999, the medical center formed the Alliance for Quality with Boston Medical Center to bring academic medicine to the community.