Community Health Network’s Lori Stonecipher named among the ‘Best and Brightest’
Indianapolis, IN—Junior Achievement of Central Indiana named Community Health Network’s Lori Stonecipher Indy’s ‘best and brightest’ in the field of health and life sciences.
The honor was announced during an awards ceremony Wednesday night, which recognizes Indy’s Best and Brightest Top 100 Professionals under 40.
Stonecipher is the Executive Director of Clinical Informatics at Community Health Network. Prior to the Informatics role, Stonecipher was the CareConnect Ambulatory Director for Community in which she led the Epic Electronic Health Record implementation for more than 250 ambulatory clinics. Stonecipher has worked in the healthcare industry in central Indiana for 14 years.
This is her third year as finalist in Indy’s Best and Brightest Top 100 Professionals under 40 By Junior Achievement of Central Indiana.
Stonecipher received a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Indiana University Kelley School of Business and a master’s degree in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University. Stonecipher is an ASQ-Certified Six Sigma Green Belt from the American Society for Quality.