Michael Restuccia MBA
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Michael Restuccia is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Penn Medicine. In 2016, he was recognized by Computerworld as a Top 100 Chief Information Officer (CIO). Under his leadership, the Penn Medicine IS team is acknowledged as a consistent “Most Wired” award winner. The team placed 4th in the 2016 Information Week Elite 100 and ranked 9th place in 2015. Penn Medicine was acknowledged as a Most Connected Hospital by the American Hospital Association in 2015. Additionally, he received a Smart CXO award,as a leading CIO, from Philadelphia Smart CEO Magazine in March, 2012. Mr. Restuccia was recognized for his leadership in maintaining and building on Penn Medicine’s implementation of technology and innovation to advance patient care. Mr. Restuccia has over twenty-five years of healthcare information technology experience and has worked nearly all his career in the healthcare information technology provider, vendor and consulting services industries. Prior to joining Penn Medicine in 2008, Mr. Restuccia served as President of MedMatica Consulting Associates, a healthcare information technology consulting firm that has been recognized as a three time recipient of the Inc. Magazine 5,000 Fastest Growing, Privately Held Companies in the US and the Philadelphia 100 Fastest Growing, Privately Held Companies in the Philadelphia region. While at MedMatica, Mr. Restuccia served as the Interim Chief Information Officer for several healthcare organizations including Phoenixville Hospital, Doylestown Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Prior to MedMatica, Mr. Restuccia has also served in leadership roles with several other healthcare information technology firms including First Consulting Group and Shared Medical Systems (now Siemens). Mr. Restuccia achieved a Bachelor in Science degree from Rider University and a Masters in Business Administration from Villanova University.