Ken Kleinberg has more than 40 years of experience in information technology, with the last 21 years solely in healthcare. He is a strategic leader who has helped health organizations in the US and abroad select and implement cutting-edge IT solutions and services that radically transform and improve care delivery.
Ken has authored hundreds of white papers on enabling and emerging technologies (especially intelligent computing/AI, workflow, health information exchange, patient engagement, and mobile/wireless). He is a recognized industry expert who has appeared on national television (ABC, CNBC); quoted in major media (USA Today, NY Times, Forbes) and healthcare industry publications. Ken has spoken at dozens of health care events (HIMSS, CHIME).
Prior positions for Ken include vice president of research at Chilmark Research, managing director at the Advisory Board (now Optum), VP of business development at Health Language (now Wolters Kluwer), vice president and hospital strategist at Allscripts, and health care vice president and editor-in-chief for Gartner. He has also held positions on the HIMSS Patient Safety, Enterprise Information Systems, and Connected Patient Committees.
Ken holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from The State University of New York at Albany and a master’s degree in neuropsychology from Queens College in New York.