Glenn Galloway Joins CDI as Chief Information Officer

MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 17, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) announced that Glenn Galloway will be joining the organization as chief information officer.

Galloway joins CDI from Children’s Health Network, where he has served as their chief executive officer since 2014. Galloway takes over the chief information officer role from Linda Bagley, who has taken on a new role with CDI as senior vice president and general manager for the organization’s Central region.

“Glenn brings a wealth of healthcare and healthcare IT expertise to our organization,” said Rick Long, chief executive officer at CDI. “He comes at an important time as we continue to advance our technology and push for stronger integrations and interoperability among our referring provider to meet the growing demand for high-quality, high value outpatient-based diagnostic imaging services and procedures.”

Galloway has more than thirty years of experience in healthcare IT including serving as senior vice president with Optum UHG (formerly Ingenix Inc.), chief information officer at Children’s Minnesota, and co-founder of Healthia Consulting Inc.

About Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI)

Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), which includes Insight Imaging and many market-based partnerships, is one of the nation's leading providers of high-quality diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology services through its network of outpatient centers and mobile imaging solutions. The organization, with more than 2,000 associates nationally, is committed to delivering clinical excellence in communities across the U.S. driven by its affiliated subspecialized radiologists, compassionate, safe and cost-efficient care, and superior service to referring providers and patients. For more information on our locations, partners and services, visit myCDI.com.

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Source:Center for Diagnostic Imaging