King’s Daughters’ Health has retained Kirby Partners to identify, qualify and present individuals for their Chief Information Officer position.


Organization Overview:

King’s Daughters’ Health is a private, not-for-profit organization that is focused on delivering exceptional health services to families from more than five counties throughout southeast Indiana and portions of northern Kentucky.

King’s Daughters’ Health Facilities:

  • King’s Daughters’ Hospital
  • Convenient Care Center
  • Home Health and Hospice Care Center
  • KDH Rehabilitation Center
  • KDH Cancer Treatment Center

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CIO Position Description:

The Chief Information Officer is the leader of IT across the hospital, 54 employed physicians, and 9 clinics.

  • Provides leadership for IT strategy and planning, budgeting, data integrity, and information security.
  • Manages IT systems development, analysis and design, programming, implementation and acquisition of computer and communications equipment.
  • Oversees HIPAA Security compliance.
  • Leads selection process of future IT systems.



  • Establish IT strategic plan in alignment with KDH’s overall organizational strategic plan.
  • Strengthen IT governance and change control processes.
  • Conduct IT organizational review of IT Security and Disaster Recovery current state and evaluate necessary changes as appropriate.
  • Conduct vendor evaluation with analysis of capital and operational budget expense.
  • Review contracts and look for ways to save on maintenance fees.





  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Proven strong leader who can follow a tenured, retiring director
  • Demonstrated ability to build trust with the Leadership and IT team
  • Experience leading an IT security program
  • Experience developing capital and operational budgets
  • Proven ability to manage contracts and budgets (both capital and operating)
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in management of Healthcare Information Systems



  • Master’s Degree
  • Experience leading a major implementation