Gary Fitzpatrick joins Information Technology Team to lead operations in business strategies and process improvement through the use of technology.


December 17, 2018 
– InReach Community Dx is pleased to formally announce the appointment of Gary Fitzpatrick as Chief Information Officer. In this role, Gary will be building and supporting a robust technology offering based on a proven track history of execution excellence in technology.

Fitzpatrick, a native of Marietta, Georgia where he currently resides, is a Senior Technology leader with extensive healthcare experience. He specializes in operations of strategies and process improvement through the use of technology. Mr. Fitzpatrick acquired his technology expertise first in the Navy while serving aboard the USS Forrestal and the USS John F. Kennedy.

His previous roles included National Director of connectivity at Accumen, Fitzpatrick focused on design and implementation of technology to support laboratory standardization initiatives across multiple hospital customers. He created the Technology Roadmap and managed the development and integration teams through the start-up process for multiple hospital laboratories including ACL Laboratories in Chicago and Sharp Healthcare in San Diego.

Prior to his time at Accumen, Gary spent 18 years at Quest Diagnostics as National Director of Integration. His responsibilities included building integration solutions and processes for the physician and hospital connectivity strategy at Quest Laboratories. Under his leadership, he has overseen the integration of over 25,000 interfaces.

“As we wind down 2018 and ramp up for 2019, Gary’s depth of knowledge and expertise will help strengthen our value proposition, improve our focus on quality and execution and help us respond to the ever-changing environments facing both InReach and our customers for many years to come.”
– Cody Lay, CEO.

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