The Joint Commission has named Kin Y. Lee, MBA, MS, as its new chief information and security officer. Lee brings more than 20 years of extensive technology experience across a variety of industries, including the technology, manufacturing, human resources and financial sectors.
Kin Y. Lee, MBA, MS
In this senior leadership position, Lee will be responsible for the development and execution of information technology and computer systems for The Joint Commission, the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare, Joint Commission Resources and Joint Commission International. He will oversee technology strategies and operations that advance the enterprise’s high-performance operating environment in a secure and efficient manner.
“With his record of achieving business results through innovation and collaboration, and his background as a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, Kin will be integral in developing and implementing a technical strategy that supports our vision of bringing high reliability processes to the health care industry,” said Lynn B. Dragisic, executive vice president, Support Operations, The Joint Commission.
Most recently, Lee was senior vice president of information technology for Kforce in Tampa, Florida. He also previously held leadership positions as global chief technology officer and service delivery at Aon, vice president and global chief technology officer at ManpowerGroup and vice president and general manager of Asia Pacific Shared Services at Honeywell International. Lee started his career at AT&T Bell Labs as a member of its technical staff.
Lee is a frequent speaker at professional conferences and universities across the country on the evolving role of information technology. He received a Master of Business Administration in finance and statistics from the University of Chicago, a master’s degree in operations research from Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in quantitative methods from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Lee also completed executive programs at Harvard University and Columbia University.
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