-MS, MBA, FHIMSS
Chief Innovation Officer, Insurance Services Division,
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Jay Srini is currently the Chief Innovation Officer for UPMC Insurance Services Division and is responsible for developing the methods, tools and strategies that result in innovative health care solutions and positive consumer experiences. She will leverage her experience in information technology, research and leadership to provide total solutions to a quickly evolving health care methodology.
For the past four years, Jay has held the position of Vice President of Emerging Technologies for UPMC providing strategic direction and input regarding emerging technologies and solutions to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Prior to that Jay was Managing Director for e-Health Initiatives at Internet Venture Works where she led technology and industry assessments of opportunities presented by strategic partners, investors and external sources and served in interim executive management roles for its' portfolio companies.
Jay Srini, is an experienced professional with more than 20 years of hands on operational, technology and executive leadership experience. She has proven expertise in multiple industries (financial, manufacturing, logistics and healthcare) and diverse organizations that include startup, large brick and mortar as well as academic institutions. Her background includes extensive healthcare experience and very strong operational and technical experience encompassing strategic and tactical planning, product design and development, personnel management and organizational startup activities.
Jay has a Master's Degree in Computer Science from New York University and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Bucknell University and her executive education also includes the Kellogg School of Management. She is an active board member of HIMSS, Pennsylvania e-Health Initiative, MIT Forum, Rainbow Kitchen Community Services and Charter member of TIE Pittsburgh. Jay serves on the Deans advisory board School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. She also serves on the advisory board of several enterpreunerial companies and on the advisory committee of several national healthcare related conferences.