Matthew Kull is Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Information Officer, where he leads Cleveland Clinic’s information technology strategy, working with clinical partners and caregivers across the health system to enhance patient care through innovative technologies.
Kull joined Cleveland Clinic in 2018 as the Associate Chief Information Officer of the Information Technology Division (ITD). He has played an important role in the enterprise’s Digital Transformation, Global Business Transformation (enterprise resource planning) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) initiatives.
Prior to his role at Cleveland Clinic, Kull served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas.
Kull’s experience spans over 20 years in a variety of healthcare settings including hospitals, pharmacies, regional oncology and disease management institutions as well as telecom and energy systems, retail and distribution organizations. Kull has held senior leadership positions at internationally recognized enterprises including AmerisourceBergen, McKesson, and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. He also spent a number of years as a management consultant providing strategic guidance to companies across multiple industries.
Kull earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He is a Certified Healthcare Chief Information Officer and maintains professional affiliations with College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.
Bio posted January 2022