Scott Lilley brings more than a decade of healthcare project management experience to the position.
A Morehead State University graduate with extensive experience in healthcare project management has been selected to lead the Kentucky Rural Health Information Organization.
Scott Lilley, MBA, MSIS, joins KRHIO as executive director after working as the director of analytics and project management for St. Claire HealthCare in Morehead for 11 years. Lilley has in-depth experience working with various healthcare information systems, database management, and federal and state healthcare initiatives.
Lilley said he is eager to begin working with rural healthcare practices and patients, assisting them in the use of technology and connectivity to improve the health of their communities.
“Technology is such an important and ever-changing force in our everyday lives,” Lilley said. “I am looking forward to working with rural healthcare practices in their on-going efforts to stay at the forefront of healthcare information technology, helping them deliver the highest quality care to the people of Kentucky.”
Lilley replaces Andrew Bledsoe, who recently accepted a position as the executive director of the Kentucky Health Information Exchange.
“I am extremely proud of the work we’ve accomplished at Kentucky RHIO in supporting and advancing rural healthcare across the state,” Bledsoe said. “I am confident the organization will enjoy continued success under Scott’s leadership.”
Lilley lives in Rowan County with his wife and three children.