John Falsetti brings over 25 years of information services management experience in the health and human services field to the OPEN MINDS team. His areas of expertise include managing all areas of technology and information services, IT strategic planning, database development and warehousing, electronic health record (EHR) development and implementation, voice/data infrastructures, helpdesk and user training, business intelligence and process re-engineering.
Mr. Falsetti is currently the Director of Information Services for Maryville Academy based in Des Plaines, Illinois. In this role, he is responsible for all functions of information services including strategic planning, budgeting, business intelligence, infrastructure and process improvement, as well as training and client services. During his tenure with Maryville, he completed the selection and implementation of an enterprise-wide electronic medical health record system, business intelligence reporting system, and help desk software system.
Prior to joining Maryville Academy, Mr. Falsetti served as the Senior Vice President of Information Services for One Hope United (formally Kids Hope United), a private human service organization focused on children and families in Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Florida. In his eleven years with the organization, Mr. Falsetti completed a number of notable projects including implementation of a web-based business intelligence reporting system, consolidation of 30 computing service locations, and development and implementation of a web-based database system for administrative and clinical use. In this role, he also worked with senior management on strategic planning, authored an in-depth information services roadmap, and negotiated all departmental contracts.
Previously, Mr. Falsetti was the Information Technology Manager for Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare where he oversaw a technical staff that managed all aspects of networking, help desk, and systems implementation for the 260-bed hospital.
Mr. Falsetti began his career as an Electrical Engineer for Bio-Imaging Research where he designed a 16-bit data acquisition system for CT imaging. He moved into network management as a Senior Network Specialist for DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Falsetti moved back into the healthcare space, serving as a Departmental Information Services Administrator for Loyola University Medical Center. In this role, he supervised daily MIS operations for all sub-specialty surgery departments and developed all clinical/administrative client-server systems for each unit.
Mr. Falsetti earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.