Randall Gaboriault, MS, chief information officer and senior vice president of Innovation and Strategic Development at Christiana Care, is a 2019 inductee into the CIO Hall of Fame by major tech company IDG.
The CIO Hall of Fame spotlights a select group of outstanding IT leaders whose vision, commitment and outstanding career accomplishments have made a significant impact on the IT profession.
“Technology is critical to ensuring we are able to continually provide exceptional care to those we serve,” said Christiana Care President and CEO Janice Nevin, M.D., MPH. “Through Randy’s leadership, Christiana Care continues to create the industry’s most innovative solutions, allowing our neighbors to experience their health journey in ways they value while encouraging more meaningful, personal interactions among caregivers, our patients, and their families.”
Through transformational technologies, Christiana Care caregivers can break down barriers to access and coordinate high-value care. With Gaboriault’s leadership, Christiana Care established the Health & Technology Innovation Center at Wilmington Hospital to bring together IT experts with caregivers and the community to create solutions that connect people with their health and wellbeing through data and technology.
Gaboriault has earned many professional distinctions and honors from IT professional associations and journals. He is a four-time awardee of CIO Magazine’s CIO 100 Award, Computerworld’s Premier 100 Technology Leaders Award, Becker’s 100 CIOs to Know recognition and InformationWeek Magazine’s 20 Innovative IT Ideas to Steal. He also has been named “Healthcare Innovator of the Year” by the HealthTech Research Alliance & Council.
Under Gaboriault’s leadership, Christiana Care had earned the Most Wired designation from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives for three straight years. He also led the IT Department’s efforts that helped Christiana Care win a federal, multimillion-dollar Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Award.