Yale School of Medicine/Yale New Haven Health System
Lisa S. Stump is CIO of Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Health System, where she leads the creation of IT strategy and governance that fosters high-performance, scalability and innovation. A dynamic healthcare leader, she leads a team of health IT professionals that plan, implement and support clinical and administrative systems, biomedical equipment and technologies, and analytics platforms in support of the patient care, research and educational missions of the organization.
Mrs. Stump is a 1991 graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy and a 1993 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, where she obtained a master’s degree in pharmacy administration. She completed a residency in pharmacy administration at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. After a decade of serving in various leadership roles in pharmacy practice, she moved her career focus to healthcare IT. Mrs. Stump created and led the inaugural Healthcare Informatics department at Yale New Haven Hospital and was subsequently chosen to lead the multiyear implementation of its EHR and revenue cycle platform, providing the first integrated system shared by Yale Medicine, Yale Health and the Yale New Haven Health System. Through years of merger and acquisition activity in the healthcare landscape, she has led the consolidation of multiple information systems and integrated multiple teams, building a culture of excellence.
Mrs. Stump leads with a passion for leveraging technology and data to improve health and enhance clinician well-being. She has been recognized as one of the “Most Influential Women in Healthcare IT” and “One of the Most Powerful Women in Health IT,” and is a published author and speaker. In 2017, she was named a Carol Emmott Fellow, a designation that recognizes women in healthcare leadership. She serves on the State of Connecticut Health IT Legislative Advisory Council and on the board of directors of the state’s health information exchange entity, The Health Information Alliance Inc. She is an adjunct professor of healthcare informatics at Sacred Heart University, where she also has served on the College of Health Professions Board of Visitors. Mrs. Stump is the proud parent of three children and lives with her family in Southington, Conn